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For a Mike Trout, M.L.B. Flaunts Its Wealth. Average Players Reap Austerity.

For a Mike Trout, M.L.B. Flaunts Its Wealth. Average Players Reap Austerity.

Mike Trout has agreed to a contract extension that would commit the Los Angeles Angels to paying him about $430 million over the next 12 seasons.
Back in Mets’ Fold, David Wright Yearns to Help Build a Winner

Back in Mets’ Fold, David Wright Yearns to Help Build a Winner

After retiring last fall, David Wright is back with the Mets in an adviser role.
For Clues to Howard Schultz’s Leadership, Look Beyond Starbucks

For Clues to Howard Schultz’s Leadership, Look Beyond Starbucks

Howard Schultz, the former chief executive of Starbucks, in Seattle. He is considering running as an independent candidate in the 2020 presidential election.
N.B.A. Size? Check. N.B.A. Future? That’s More Complicated.

N.B.A. Size? Check. N.B.A. Future? That’s More Complicated.

Tacko Fall, left, is a 7-foot-6 center at Central Florida. Christ Koumadje, who stands 7-4, has become a force at Florida State.
Ronaldo and Juventus Will Avoid U.S. Amid Rape Investigation

Ronaldo and Juventus Will Avoid U.S. Amid Rape Investigation

Cristiano Ronaldo, right, and Juventus will tour Asia this summer instead of the United States.
Alexis Lafreniere Would Rather You Didn’t Compare Him to Sidney Crosby

Alexis Lafreniere Would Rather You Didn’t Compare Him to Sidney Crosby

Alexis Lafreniere, right, is expected to be a top pick in the 2020 N.H.L. draft.
Jake Phelps Dies at 56; as Thrasher Editor, a Skateboarding Guru

Jake Phelps Dies at 56; as Thrasher Editor, a Skateboarding Guru

Jake Phelps, who was at the top of Thrasher’s masthead, in 2016. He was both loved and hated in the world of skateboarding.
Robert Kraft and Others Ask to Have Evidence Kept Private in Florida Case

Robert Kraft and Others Ask to Have Evidence Kept Private in Florida Case

Robert K. Kraft was one of 25 men offered a deal to have Florida prosecutors drop charges of soliciting prostitution. Mr. Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts.
Nets 123, Kings 121: D’Angelo Russell Has 44 as Nets Roar Back to Beat the Kings

Nets 123, Kings 121: D’Angelo Russell Has 44 as Nets Roar Back to Beat the Kings

The Nets’ D’Angelo Russell played to the Sacramento crowd after scoring 27 of his career-high 44 points in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night to help beat the Kings.
The N.C.A.A. Team That Just Can’t Win

The N.C.A.A. Team That Just Can’t Win

Buffalo Coach Nate Oats sharing his thoughts with an official last month.
Bruins Shut Out the Islanders, and Capitals Beat the Devils to Take First Place

Bruins Shut Out the Islanders, and Capitals Beat the Devils to Take First Place

Islanders goalie Robin Lehner after the team’s 5-0 loss to Boston on Tuesday. Lehner made his first start since March 5.
As the M.L.B. Season Opens in Japan, at Least the Dirt Is Familiar

As the M.L.B. Season Opens in Japan, at Least the Dirt Is Familiar

Matt Festa of the Mariners during an exhibition against the Yomiuri Giants on Monday. M.L.B. imports dirt from the U.S. for the mounds and other parts of the diamond at the Tokyo Dome.
N.C.A.A. Tournament: Fairleigh Dickinson Gets Its First Win in the N.C.A.A. Men’s Basketball Tournament

N.C.A.A. Tournament: Fairleigh Dickinson Gets Its First Win in the N.C.A.A. Men’s Basketball Tournament

Darnell Edge of Fairleigh Dickinson celebrating during the team’s victory over Prairie View A&M.
Dellin Betances Joins the Yankees’ Injured List

Dellin Betances Joins the Yankees’ Injured List

The Yankees’ Dellin Betances insisted he felt fine in spring training, even though his pitch velocity was becoming a concern.
On Baseball: Mike Trout Didn’t Go on the Market. It Came to Him.

On Baseball: Mike Trout Didn’t Go on the Market. It Came to Him.

Mike Trout, 27, is statistically similar to the Hall of Famers Frank Robinson, Ken Griffey Jr. and Mickey Mantle at the same age.
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Offered a Deal That Would Drop Charges

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Offered a Deal That Would Drop Charges

Robert K. Kraft, the Patriots’ owner, faces two misdemeanor counts related to soliciting prostitution in Florida.
Six N.C.A.A. Tournament Upset Picks to Enliven Your Bracket

Six N.C.A.A. Tournament Upset Picks to Enliven Your Bracket

Ja Morant has the kind of skills that could cause problems for Marquette.
Former Auburn Assistant Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

Former Auburn Assistant Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

Chuck Person pleaded guilty to charges connected with bribery in college basketball.
Mike Trout Received a Huge Payday. But Others Still Dwarf Him

Mike Trout Received a Huge Payday. But Others Still Dwarf Him

Mike Trout has won two American League Most Valuable Player Awards and been the runner-up four times.