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Packers 35, Lions 17
Aaron Rodgers (left) puts on a sombrero on Davante Adams, who had eight catches for 121 yards.

Aaron Rodgers throws four TD passes as Packers dominate second half to beat Lions

The Packers had a welcome return to normal after an embarrassing opening-week loss.

Yankees 4, Rangers 3
Gary Sánchez hit a home run to give the Yankees the lead in the second inning.

Gary Sánchez homers as Yankees close gap in AL wild card

New York moved within a half-game of Toronto for the second AL wild card and with 11 games left.

Rays 6, Blue Jays 4
The Rays' Shane Baz pitched two-hit ball for five innings.

Shane Baz wins MLB debut, Rays cut Blue Jays’ wild-card lead

The Blue Jays had their edge over the Yankees for the second AL wild-card spot drop to a half-game.

NFL notebook
Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was carted out the field after getting injured in the first quarter.

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa has bruised ribs, raising possibility he can play in Week 3

Tagovailoa was knocked out of the Dolphins’ 35-0 loss to Buffalo Sunday after just two series and eight plays.

Sports Log
ESPN NBA reporter Malika Andrews is getting her own show this fall.

Malika Andrews will host ESPN’s new ‘NBA Today,’ replacing Rachel Nichols after controversy

The show will effectively replace Rachel Nichols's "The Jump," which was canceled amid controversy last month.

laver cup
Laver Cup CEO Steve Zacks with the championship trophy at TD Garden.

After a year delay, the Laver Cup is ready to serve up world-class tennis at TD Garden

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal won't play, but the entire European team is made up of top-10 players.

Golf roundup
Jin Young Ko of South Korea closed with a 3-under 69 to win the rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic on Sunday by four shots.

Jin Young Ko wins LPGA Tour’s rain-shortened Cambia Portland Classic

Making her first start since the Tokyo Olympics, the South Korean player closed with a 3-under 69 to win by four strokes.

Jimmy Greaves.

Jimmy Greaves, former England soccer striker, dies at 81

Jimmy Greaves, the fourth-highest goal-scorer for England’s national soccer team who scored on his debut for every team he played for, has died. He was 81.