Alonso won the award for a season in which he hit 53 homers to break the rookie record and lead the majors.
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The former No. 1 draft pick who inexplicably lost his shooting touch is steadily returning to form for the Orlando Magic.
Patrick Mahomes and Drew Brees lost, Lamar Jackson put on a clinic and Kyler Murray’s record-setting streak ended at the worst possible time.
Cherry, who offered bombastic opinions on television for decades, attacked the patriotism of immigrants in what appears to be his final show.
Cole Anthony had a strong debut for North Carolina, Memphis already has drama swirling, and some surprises have made for an eventful start to the season.
The Knicks have one of the worst records in the N.B.A. The front office isn’t happy, but Coach David Fizdale isn’t worried about his job security.
Louisiana State ended an eight-game losing streak to the Crimson Tide and put itself in the driver’s seat for the College Football Playoff.
To perhaps everyone’s surprise, the two beleaguered teams fought out an exciting and entertaining game.
Liverpool overpowered Manchester City with style and substance, opening an eight-point lead in the Premier League.
Three second-half goals deliver the Sounders’ second title in four years, to the delight of a record-setting home crowd.
Pretending that sports can take place in a vacuum would have been profoundly dishonest.
Nashville’s big Kurdish community has fallen hard for football, and parking-lot feasts that feature biryani but no alcohol.
Beckham, the Cleveland Browns’ oft-fined star receiver, was forced to change his cleats or else on Sunday.
Mr. Rogers, whose N.F.L. career was stalled by drug use, died of liver failure on Monday.
Protesters displayed the balloon of a giant baby Donald Trump during the president’s visit to a football game in Alabama.
On Sunday, Kristina Mladenovic upset No. 1 Ashleigh Barty and teamed with Caroline Garcia to win the decisive doubles match.
M.L.S. Cup on Sunday is a rubber match for Seattle and Toronto, who split two recent meetings in the league’s championship game.
Ionescu, the star of the No. 1 Ducks, scored 30 points in the win over a national team featuring Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi.
The No. 2 Tigers took a 20-point lead into halftime, but the No. 3 Crimson Tide charged back in the fourth quarter, ultimately coming up short.
The Alabama quarterback, who is managing an ankle sprain, could be the top pick in the N.F.L. draft next April — and get a $25 million signing bonus.