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Phil Mickelson (right) attributed most of the fun to his grouping of everyman Joel Dahmen (left).

Phil Mickelson, leading Wells Fargo, has a blast from the past

Mickelson, 50, kept his focus Thursday and blistered Quail Hollow for a 7-under-par 64 to build a two-shot lead.

“Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players,” the NFL said in a statement.

NFL sets offseason schedule, still plans mandatory minicamps

The league and the union are in conflict on mandatory in-person minicamps, with the players against it.

National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman issued what is believed to be the largest publicly announced fine of an NHL team by the league office for making critical comments.

NHL fines Rangers $250,000 for criticizing head of player safety in wake of Tom Wilson hit on Monday

The Rangers were fined 50 times more than the $5,000 fine against Washington's Tom Wilson for roughing Pavel Buchnevich.

Tony La Russa, 76, has come under question for some of his decisions this season.

Manager Tony La Russa unaware of extra-inning rule and his gaffe stings White Sox

La Russa used his closer as the automatic runner rather than José Abreu in the 10th.

The Blue Jays played their first two homestands at their spring training ballpark in Dunedin, Fla.

Blue Jays shuffling back to Buffalo for home games starting June 1

The Blue Jays have been forced out of Canada by that government’s coronavirus travel restrictions.

The New York Rangers' Chris Drury works the bench during a game against the Philadelphia Flyers in New York in March. Drury was named the Rangers' general manager after the team fired president John Davidson and GM Jeff Gorton Wednesday,

New York Rangers fire president and GM, name ex-Boston University star Chris Drury new GM and president

Cutting ties with John Davidson and Jeff Gorton is a shocking development given the apparent speed of New York’s rebuild.

Will McDonough's photo hangs in the sports department at the Globe's downtown Boston office.

The Sports Museum honors the winners of the 2021 Will McDonough Writing Contest

The nine winners — selected from Grades 4 through 12 — were honored during an online ceremony Wednesday

Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers throws a pitch during the first inning, the only inning he pitched against the Cubs, during which he gave up four runs and four hits.

Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw lasts only one inning against Cubs, his shortest game ever

He faced nine batters in a 39-pitch inning as his ERA rose from 2.09 to 2.95.