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NV youth coach pleads no contest to battery charge

A Nevada youth soccer coach accused of striking a referee after a game has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor battery charge. [Read entire story]

Rick Renteria fires up Cubs for victory over Reds

The Cubs appeared to get the message that manager Rick Renteria delivered to them shortly after Friday's loss to the Reds. [Read entire story]

Flanders runs for 119 yards in Tulsa spring game

James Flanders rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown in Tulsa's spring game at Chapman Stadium on Saturday. [Read entire story]

W Kentucky puts on offensive show in spring game

Western Kentucky showed off a potent offensive attack in its first spring game under new coach Jeff Brohm on Saturday. [Read entire story]

From Cuba to the majors: Yasiel Puig’s harrowing story

From Cuba to the majors: Yasiel Puig’s harrowing story

Many Cuban-born ballplayers have a remarkable tale of how they got to the major leagues. Few are as amazing as Yasiel Puig’s. [Read entire story]

RBC Heritage Tee Times

Tee times for Sunday's fourth round at the RBC Heritage : [Read entire story]

MLS Capsules

New England Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth stopped Juan Luis Anangono's penalty kick in the first minute of stoppage time Saturday to preserve a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire, who matched a Major League [Read entire story]

Qualls, Astros let lead slip away in 9th, A’s win

Qualls, Astros let lead slip away in 9th, A's win

Chad Qualls stared into his locker, going over how things got away from him. [Read entire story]

A statue celebration of Harbaugh, family and the team

With a blinding sun and a mostly empty Yager Stadium at his back, Ravens coach John Harbaugh peered into a crowd that contained so many people he wanted to thank. [Read entire story]

And the 2013-14 MVP award goes to . . .

For the first time, the NBA this season will reveal the ballots cast by media members for its annual postseason awards. [Read entire story]

Mike Sielski: Flyers’ Claude Giroux simply has to play better

All you need to know about the kind of night Claude Giroux had in Game 1 against the Rangers is this: He had one good, clean look at a shot on goal all night, and he lifted his stick so high and swung it so wildly that [Read entire story]

Tarkanian released from Las Vegas hospital

Former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian is back home after spending 10 days in a Las Vegas hospital following a heart attack. [Read entire story]

Greg Cote: Miami Heat odyssey this time could be dynasty or dismantled

Greg Cote: Miami Heat odyssey this time could be dynasty or dismantled

The Heat on a playoff run is the annual gift we slowly unwrap together, our two-month emotional thrill ride ever since LeBron James grandly announced he was “taking my talents to South Beach” that summer [Read entire story]

NL Capsules

Nationals star Bryce Harper was pulled by first-year manager Matt Williams after failing to run out a grounder in Washington's 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday. [Read entire story]

Mariners manager calls Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton ‘a force’

Mariners manager calls Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton ‘a force’

Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon had nothing but praise for Giancarlo Stanton after the slugger’s ninth-inning grand slam on Friday night left the Mariners walking off in defeat. [Read entire story]

Rapids, Earthquakes play to scoreless tie

Alan Gordon hit the crossbar in the opening minute for San Jose and that was as close as the Earthquakes and the Colorado Rapids got to scoring in their 0-0 draw Saturday. [Read entire story]

Blues work overtime again to defeat Blackhawks

Barret Jackman's shot squeezed through Chicago netminder Corey Crawford's legs and gave the Blues a 4-3 victory in overtime of Game 2, in the NHL Western Conference quarterfinals Saturday at Scottrade Center. [Read entire story]

Miami Heat sweep would challenge rosy outlook by Bobcats’ Al Jefferson

Miami Heat sweep would challenge rosy outlook by Bobcats’ Al Jefferson

I think that Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson, not a star in the NBA but a good player, must lead the league in seeing the bright side, in trying to find the best in a bad situation. This talent figures to come in [Read entire story]