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  • Monday’s Sports In Brief

    AUTO RACING DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Denny Hamlin won his second straight Daytona 500 and third overall, beating Ryan Blaney in an overtime photo finish marred by a terrifying crash that sent Ryan Newman to the hospital. Newman had surged into the lead on the final lap when

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  • Monday’s Sports In Brief

    BASEBALL NEW YORK (AP) - Major League Baseball is considering expanding the playoffs to nearly half the 30 teams and allowing higher-seeded wild-card teams to choose opponents. The playoffs would grow from 10 clubs to 14 under the plan, first reported by the New York Post. There would be four

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  • Monday’s Sports in Brief

    PRO FOOTBALL NEW YORK (AP) - The Super Bowl put a halt to a four-year decline in viewership, with an estimated 99.9 million people watching the Kansas City Chiefs come back to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in what is annually the most-watched television event of the year. The Nielsen

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  • Your Monday Briefing

    Coronavirus, Michael Bloomberg, Mississippi Flooding: Here's what you need to know.

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  • Your Monday Briefing

    Cruise Ship, Democrats, Academy Awards: Here's what you need to know.

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  • Your Monday Briefing

    Coronavirus, Iowa Caucuses, Kansas City Chiefs: Here's what you need to know.

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  • Tuesday Sports in Brief

    MLB SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred apologized Tuesday for what he called a disrespectful reference to the World Series trophy as a “piece of metal.” Even before being asked about it, Manfred said he made a mistake with those comments while trying to deliver a rhetorical point

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