Kraken Sign F Ryan Donato to $1.2 Million, 1-year Deal
The Seattle Kraken re-signed forward Ryan Donato to a one-year, $1.2 million deal on Wednesday after initially choosing not to offer him a contract as a restricted free agent.
Cali. Gov. Demanding Answers From UCLA About the Move
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is demanding an explanation from UCLA officials about their move to the Big Ten Conference.
Jackie Robinson Museum Opens After 14 Years of Planning
The Jackie Robinson Museum opened Tuesday in Manhattan with a gala ceremony attended by the widow of the barrier-breaking ballplayer and two of his children.
Golden Knights Fire Peter DeBoer After Missing Playoffs
The Vegas Golden Knights have fired coach Peter DeBoer after they missed the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.
Browns QB Watson to Meet With NFL Reps in Texas
A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will meet with NFL officials in Texas.
Guardians Acquire RHP Ramirez in Trade From Mariners
The Cleveland Guardians acquired right-hander Yohan Ramirez on Monday from the Seattle Mariners on Monday for cash or a player to be named.
Robbie Ray Doesn’t Travel With Mariners to Toronto Series
Mariners left-hander Robbie Ray isn't joining Seattle for a series in Toronto this week, missing a chance to celebrate the Cy Young Award he won with the Blue Jays last season amid border restrictions related to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kikuchi Beats Former Team, Blue Jays Top Mariners 6-2
Yusei Kikuchi allowed one hit over six shutout innings to beat his former team, Bo Bichette and Matt Chapman backed the left-hander with home runs and the Toronto Blue Jays topped the Seattle Mariners 6-2
Rangers-Canes, Battle of Alberta up Next in NHL Playoffs
The New York Rangers will play the Carolina Hurricanes in the second round of the NHL playoffs. The league also will get the Battle of Alberta for the first time in 31 years with the Calgary Flames facing the Edmonton Oilers.
Lee Holds off Spieth, Wins Again at Low-scoring Byron Nelson
K.H. Lee is a repeat winner at the Byron Nelson. The South Korean has held off local favorite Jordan Spieth. Lee shot 9-under 63 to finish at 26 under.