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Two games into the preseason schedule, the Kraken are undefeated and un-scored upon. An 82-0 finish is well within range, and Matty Beniers and Shane Wright should be 1-2 in Calder Trophy balloting as the NHL’s top rookie. What could possibly go wrong?

TORONTO — New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge smashed his 61st home run of the year on Wednesday to tie the American League single-season record set in 1961 by Roger Maris and will return to the Bronx targeting number 62.

Richard Sherman ain’t walking through that door — unless maybe it’s to record an episode of his podcast. Nor is Jamal Adams — unless he’s on crutches when he does so. Ditto any stalwart Seahawks defender-slash-savior from the past you can think of, from Chancellor to Wagner.

The ideal situation for the Mariners and president of baseball operations Jerry Dipoto would’ve been a decisive 11-2 win over the Royals on Sunday to lead into Monday’s news conference for Luis Castillo’s contract extension at T-Mobile Park.

OAKLAND, Calif. — The moment of postgame celebration, spontaneous in its action and the acknowledgment from fans, was perhaps the most joy Jarred Kelenic felt on a baseball field and a defining image of last season’s improbable but failed run at a postseason slot.

OAKLAND, Calif. – Even if Luis Castillo’s somewhat odd and unproductive struggles against the Oakland Athletics, or what’s left of them, which is a few veterans playing out the string and most of the Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators, hadn’t occurred once again on Tuesday night, victory would have…

Perhaps the most dynastic sports team will put its record-breaking streak on the line when the FIBA World Cup tips off this week in Sydney, Australia.

On June 19 you could have gotten much better odds that Scott Servais would be the third manager fired in 2022 (after the Phillies’ Joe Girardi and Angels’ Joe Maddon) than him winning American League Manager of the Year.

He made sure his team wouldn’t be shutout and set the tone for the Mariners 6-1 victory in the first inning with a home run on the first pitch thrown from Padres starter Mike Clevinger. And he added another accomplishment in a rookie season filled with so many of them in the fifth inning.

Despite spending much of Monday getting treatment on his lower back, Mitch Haniger was out of the starting lineup for Tuesday night’s game vs. the Padres at T-Mobile Park.

Football might not be quiiiite as stat-obsessed as baseball, but fans still can spend endless hours recalling the minutiae of a game played 25 years ago on an unusually cold Sunday in December.