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Stewart to continue racing career

Tony Stewart, taking questions from reporters for the first time in the seven weeks since the tragic death of Kevin Ward Jr., said Monday that he will continue his racing career.

MLB batting average lowest in over 40 years

The final numbers are in, and Major League Baseball’s batting average hasn’t been this low since Richard Nixon was in the White House, a gallon of gasoline cost 55 cents and the designated hitter was a radical proposal limited to spring training experiments.

A look back at NFL Week 4

Mike Glennon’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Vincent Jackson with seven seconds left rallied the Tampa Bay Buccaneers past the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 on Sunday for their first win of the season.

Rodgers deals Bears, books predictable loss

It seems Rodgers could beat the Bears in his sleep, and a majority of bettors had that figured out when they woke up Sunday morning. The Green Bay Packers were a hot ticket with the public.

McGregor lives up to hype with knockout

Saturday night’s Ultimate Fighting Championship card at the MGM Grand without question served as a sort of unofficial coming out party for the organization’s anointed future superstar, Conor McGregor.

Muhammad, Sanchez fall in Red Rock Open final

Asia Muhammad and Maria Sanchez came up a bit short against Veronica Cepede Royg and Maria Irigoyen, who won the doubles title Sunday in the Red Rock Pro Open with a 6-3, 5-7 11-9 victory.

 
Jeter’s 20-year career closes in Boston

Derek Jeter chopped a high-hopper and beat it out for a third-inning, RBI-single on Sunday in the last at-bat of a 20-year career with the New York Yankees that will surely carry him to the Hall of Fame.

Mental mistakes, not injuries, crippling Rebels

San Diego State proved superior in every way while beating the Rebels 34-17 in a Mountain West opener for both teams before 28,005, the latest example that UNLV simply isn’t good enough in most areas right now to have a chance at defeating anyone capable.

Truck series evolving, this time into youth

In the NASCAR hierarchy and chain of command, the Camping World Truck Series that made its annual stop at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night is considered Double A in scope, style and substance. It’s sort of like the Texas League in baseball.

Tigers sew up Central with season-ending win

David Price pitched Detroit to its fourth straight AL Central title with the type of performance the Tigers acquired him for, taking a shutout into the eighth inning of a 3-0 victory over Minnesota on Sunday that wrapped up the division on the regular season’s final day.

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