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Luis Rojas and the Mets Embrace Their Second Chance -- Passed over last fall in the Mets' search for a manager, Rojas will take over the team now that Carlos Beltran is gone. -- By -- Kevin Armstrong

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On Tennis -- Coco Gauff, Facing Osaka Again, Plans to Be 'More Aggressive' -- Gauff once again finds herself playing Naomi Osaka in the third round of a major. Still just 15, Gauff is drawing praise for adapting to stardom so quickly. -- Christopher Clarey

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Mad at the Voter Who Left Jeter Off the Ballot? He's Not -- Jeter fell one anonymous vote short of being unanimously elected into the Hall of Fame, but he said he would "focus on the ones who did" name him. -- By -- David Waldstein

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A Tribute to Eli Manning: 'No Giant Will Ever Wear No. 10 Again'

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Wang Qiang, Fresh From Upsetting Serena, Now Believes She Belongs

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Roger Federer Fights Off Upset at Australian Open

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'I'm Better Than That,' Serena Said. But Her Competition Is Better, Too.

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The N.C.A.A. Says It's Working to Change. Next Year, at the Soonest.

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Zion Williamson Is Back. Will His Knee Hold Up?

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Rafael Nadal Is Closing In on His 20th Slam. He Isn't Counting.

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Eli Manning Always Chose New York

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Nick Kyrgios Holds His Temper, and Australia Holds Its Breath

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Women Get a Spotlight, but No Prize Money, in New N.H.L. All-Star Event

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UConn, Tennessee and the Gamesmanship of Auriemma and Summitt

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Eli Manning Won Two Super Bowls. Is That Enough for Canton?

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The Making, and Remaking, of Adama Traoré

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In 18 Minutes, Zion Williamson Shows Flashes of the Future

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The Good, the Bad and the Bizarre for the Knicks and the Nets -- Just past the halfway point of a season marking new eras for New York men's basketball, both N.B.A. teams have floundered. But yes, we've found bright spots. -- By -- Sopan Deb

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KEEPING SCORE -- The Pro Bowl's Onside Kick Alternative: Just Gain 15 Yards -- The game for the N.F.L.'s all-stars doesn't use kickoffs. That means no onside kicks, but there's an option to keep the ball if a team can gain 15 yards on a single play. -- Victor Mather

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Coco Gauff Defeats Reigning Champion Naomi Osaka at Australian Open -- Gauff, the 15-year-old phenom, won in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. -- By -- Kurt Streeter

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The Quiet Moments Before a Bone-Rattling Bull Ride -- How cowboys prepare for a competition under the glare of New York City spotlights. -- Photographs by -- Devin Yalkin

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A Rare Good First Week at a Grand Slam for the American Men -- Upsets for Tennys Sandgren and Tommy Paul help put five U.S. players in the third round. -- By -- Ben Rothenberg

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Update -- Las Vegas Doubles Down on Sports, Live and Broadcast -- The arrival of professional hockey and football teams dovetails with a surge in sports betting nationally that has inspired local casinos to redesign their betting areas. -- Elaine Glusac

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Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers Mascot, Is Accused of Punching a Boy in the Back -- The police are investigating. -- By -- Danielle Allentuck

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Eli Manning Announces His Retirement -- The Giants' two-time Super-Bowl-winning quarterback will be remembered for leadership and championships. -- By -- Bill Pennington

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W.N.B.A.'s Maya Moore to Skip Another Season to Focus on Prisoner's Case -- The Minnesota Lynx star said she does not plan to retire yet, but the case of Jonathan Irons, a man she believes was wrongfully convicted, has consumed her. -- By -- Kurt Streeter

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Mets Name Luis Rojas Manager After Beltran's Ouster -- Rojas, who has spent more than a decade in the organization, was the Mets' quality control coach last season. He will replace Carlos Beltran, who was implicated in the Astros' cheating scandal. -- By -- Kevin Armstrong

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MARC STEIN ON BASKETBALL -- Brace for Zion vs. LeBron -- In this week's newsletter, Marc Stein explores what's at stake for the New Orleans Pelicans as Zion Williamson makes his much-anticipated debut. -- Marc Stein

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Players Suspended After Kansas-Kansas State Brawl -- A fracas spilled from the court into fan seating. No one appeared to be hurt. -- By -- Victor Mather

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Morgan Wootten, Acclaimed High School Basketball Coach, Dies at 88 -- He had one of the best winning streaks, and was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. -- By -- Richard Goldstein

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Sharapova Uncertain About Future After Loss at the Australian Open -- After losing in the first round, Maria Sharapova said she couldn't predict where her career was headed. Caroline Wozniacki, who is set to retire after this tournament, won in the second round. -- By -- The Associated Press

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ON BASEBALL -- Stubbornness, as Much as Skill, Kept Derek Jeter on Top -- He was talented and driven, sure. But Jeter was defined more by an unyielding ability to play the game, and carry himself, on his own terms. -- David Waldstein

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Derek Jeter and Larry Walker Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame -- Jeter came up a single vote short of becoming the second person to be named on 100 percent of the ballots. Walker was elected in his final year of eligibility. -- By -- James Wagner

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Zion Williamson Nears Return From 'Frustrating' Knee Injury -- The Pelicans rookie forward said he wanted to "punch a wall or kick chairs" sometimes during his extended rehab from a preseason knee injury. -- By -- Scott Cacciola

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