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New York Times - Sports

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The Demo Derby Queen of Tennessee - At crash-bang competitions across the state, Ashley Barber is often the last woman driving. By - Steven Kurutz - and - Stacy Kranitz

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Antonio Inoki, Japanese Wrestler and Improbable Diplomat, Dies at 79 -- After gaining fame for an odd 1976 bout with Muhammad Ali, he became a politician and globe-traveling broker of peace. -- Alex Traub

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Fishing Contest Rocked by Cheating Charges After Weights Found in Winning Catches -- Two competitors stuffed walleye with lead balls in a scheme that was caught after the tournament director and attendees grew suspicious. -- Vimal Patel

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Elias Theodorou, Pioneer of Medical Marijuana in Sports, Dies at 34 -- A Canadian mixed martial artist, he brought cerebral flair to the ring and a dogged determination to his campaign for changing the sport's drug rules. -- Clay Risen

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On a Chilly Day, Fans Keep Waiting for Judge's 62nd Home Run -- Baltimore largely pitched around Aaron Judge, who went 0 for 2 with a pair of walks, lowering his average to .313. -- Jesus Jiménez

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Hector Lopez, Who Broke a Baseball Color Barrier, Dies at 93 -- A utility player for the powerhouse Yankees of the 1960s, he later became the first Black manager at minor league baseball's highest level. -- Bruce Weber

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'I'm Going to Play My Game': The Mets Call Up Francisco Álvarez -- Álvarez, the top-rated prospect in baseball, struggled in his first game, Jacob deGrom left with a blister and the Mets fell back into a first-place tie. -- James Wagner

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The On Soccer Newsletter -- Juventus Learns That Progress Requires a Plan -- Its coach rejects any sort of rigid style, preferring to mold his teams to their talent. But when things go bad, as they have in Turin, that lack of philosophy can leave a team to flounder. -- Rory Smith

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On Pro Football -- N.F.L.'s Concussion Protocol Under Scrutiny After Tagovailoa Is Hit Hard Again -- The N.F.L. said its concussion protocols were followed when Tua Tagovailoa hit his head on Sunday. On Thursday, the quarterback left the field on a stretcher after a second head hit. -- Ken Belson

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Keeping Score -- Shohei Ohtani Makes M.V.P. Case by Flirting With No-Hitter -- Ohtani, a two-way superstar for the Los Angeles Angels, was brilliant for eight innings and is on the verge of a feat no player has done in more than 100 years. -- Benjamin Hoffman

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