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The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 12th - 4:45am

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing mild symptoms. New York manager Aaron Boone announced the news Saturday. He said Chapman “overall is doing well” but “will not be here for the foreseeable future.” Hours after Chapman’s diagnosis, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was scratched from a simulated game with a stiff neck. New York is also without infielder DJ LeMahieu and right-hander Luis Cessa due to the virus. The AL East champion Yankees open the season July 23 at Washington.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 12th - 1:57am

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing mild symptoms. New York manager Aaron Boone announced the news Saturday. He said Chapman “overall is doing well” but “will not be here for the foreseeable future.” Hours after Chapman’s diagnosis, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was scratched from a simulated game with a stiff neck. New York is also without infielder DJ LeMahieu and right-hander Luis Cessa due to the virus. The AL East champion Yankees open the season July 23 at Washington.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 10:48pm

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing mild symptoms. New York manager Aaron Boone announced the news Saturday. He said Chapman “overall is doing well” but “will not be here for the foreseeable future.” Hours after Chapman’s diagnosis, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was scratched from a simulated game with a stiff neck. New York is also without infielder DJ LeMahieu and right-hander Luis Cessa due to the virus. The AL East champion Yankees open the season July 23 at Washington.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 8:21pm

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing mild symptoms. New York manager Aaron Boone announced the news Saturday. He said Chapman “overall is doing well” but “will not be here for the foreseeable future.” Hours after Chapman’s diagnosis, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was scratched from a simulated game with a stiff neck. New York is also without infielder DJ LeMahieu and right-hander Luis Cessa due to the virus. The AL East champion Yankees open the season July 23 at Washington.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 6:25pm

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman has tested positive for the coronavirus and is experiencing mild symptoms. New York manager Aaron Boone announced the news Saturday. He said Chapman “overall is doing well” but “will not be here for the foreseeable future.” Hours after Chapman’s diagnosis, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was scratched from a simulated game with a stiff neck. New York is also without infielder DJ LeMahieu and right-hander Luis Cessa due to the virus. The AL East champion Yankees open the season July 23 at Washington.

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The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 4:55pm

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman became the latest high-profile player to test positive for the coronavirus on a day the Houston Astros canceled practice for the second time in a week due to virus concerns. In New York, manager Aaron Boone announced Chapman’s diagnosis on Saturday, saying he “overall was doing well” despite experiencing mild symptoms, but that he won’t “be here for the foreseeable future.”

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 4:48pm

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman became the latest high-profile player to test positive for the coronavirus on a day the Houston Astros canceled practice for the second time in a week due to virus concerns. In New York, manager Aaron Boone announced Chapman’s diagnosis on Saturday, saying he “overall was doing well” despite experiencing mild symptoms, but that he won’t “be here for the foreseeable future.”

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 2:25pm

Hockey is the latest sport to finalize a return to competition after NHL owners and players approved an agreement to resume the season.

NHL to finish season in Canada after virus spike in Vegas

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 1:54pm

NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says coronavirus cases spiking in the Las Vegas area contributed to the NHL’s decision to complete its season in Canada. Games are scheduled to begin Aug. 1 in Toronto and Edmonton. Las Vegas was long considered a front-runner. Daly also said one player testing positive when play starts isn’t expected to shut down the playoffs, but an outbreak would change the equation. He didn’t say what the league considered an outbreak. Training camps open across North America on Monday, which is also the deadline for players to opt out of participating with no penalty.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 1:10pm

Hockey is the latest sport to finalize a return to competition after NHL owners and players approved an agreement to resume the season.

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The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 11:17am

Collin Morikawa takes a three-shot lead into the third round of the Workday Charity Open in Ohio. His 13-under 131 is one stroke away from the 36-hole record at Muirfield Village that Jason Dufner set three years ago at the Memorial.

Morikawa leads Workday Open, Koepka misses the cut

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 10:02am

Collin Morikawa takes a three-shot lead into the third round of the Workday Charity Open in Ohio. His 13-under 131 is one stroke away from the 36-hole record at Muirfield Village that Jason Dufner set three years ago at the Memorial. The second round wasn’t completed until this morning because of storm delays. Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kuh) and Justin Rose are among the players who missed the cut. Koepka closed with five birdies in seven holes last evening, but his 74-69 was one shot short. The cut was a 142, the highest score to make the cut in the five weeks since the PGA Tour restarted its season from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 6:50am

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 4:30am

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 11th - 1:30am

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 10th - 10:30pm

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 10th - 8:25pm

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

Update on the latest sports

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 10th - 6:40pm

Hockey became the latest sport to finalize a return during a global pandemic after NHL owners and players approved an agreement Friday to resume the season — and with it an assurance of labor peace through September 2026.

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The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 10th - 4:46pm

San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey is the latest big-name player to skip this season because of concerns over the coronavirus. Posey says his family finalized the adoption of identical twin girls this week. The babies were born prematurely and Posey said after consultations with his wife and doctor he decided to opt out of the season.