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Baseball: Athletics capture Baseball Fest title

Tournament Co-MVP Cameron Overbaugh scored the only run in the first inning as the Albany Athletics defeated the Albany Thunder 1-0 in the championship game of the 17th annual Baseball Fest in Central Park Sunday.

Lowly Twins tee off on Yankees

NEW YORK

Lowly Twins tee off on Yankees

As Nathan Eovaldi shuffled around behind the pitcher’s mound in the sixth inning, Trevor Plouffe jogged around the bases, and a cascade of boos rained down onto the field.

Braves score four in eighth to defeat Mets

ATLANTA

Braves score four in eighth to defeat Mets

After Julio Teheran and Jacob deGrom waged a pitcher’s duel through eight scoreless innings Saturday night, it was the Bud and Bartolo show in another pitching clinic for most of Sunday afternoon, and this time, the Atlanta Braves won the subsequent battle of bullpens. Big time.

Tennis: Bar is raised higher for new Grand Slam champions

Tennis: Bar is raised higher for new Grand Slam champions

Garbine Muguruza insisted that nothing had changed.

Stock car racing: Johnson ends drought at Fonda Speedway

Stock car racing: Johnson ends drought at Fonda Speedway

On Saturday night, old rivals Danny Johnson and Dave Lape were reunited in victory lane at Fonda Speedway.

Sports Bulletin Board June 26-July 3

THE HUDSON MOHAWK ROAD RUNNERS’ CLUB  has begun its Tuesday night summer program.

Many NHL draft picks entering family business

BUFFALO

Many NHL draft picks entering family business

Hockey really is a blood sport.

Yanks win in Tex's return

NEW YORK

Yanks win in Tex's return

Pen has been dominant.

Reyes back with Mets

NEW YORK

Reyes back with Mets

Concern over a backlash because of domestic violence case.

A victim and a coach meet, and healing begins

A victim and a coach meet, and healing begins

'I hated this man more than my rapists'

Signing day for Ian Anderson

CLIFTON PARK

Signing day for Ian Anderson

Along with his parents, Ian Anderson flies to Atlanta this morning to start his life as a professional baseball player with the Braves, just two days after graduating from Shenendehowa High School.

Devil's Bowl Tremont's version of 'Cheers'

Driver has rejuvenated career.

Saratoga Race Course stakes schedule set

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga Race Course stakes schedule set

Big-name horses expected at meet.

Sixers make Simmons top NBA draft pick

NEW YORK

Sixers make Simmons top NBA draft pick

LSU forward compared to LeBron.

Wrenn starts hot, stays hot for ValleyCats

TROY

Wrenn starts hot, stays hot for ValleyCats

Has produced in almost every game

At 40 and near end, Ortiz playing like an MVP

At 40 and near end, Ortiz playing like an MVP

David Ortiz heading to his 10th All-Star Game.

BH-BL soccer coach charged with DWI

BH-BL soccer coach charged with DWI

A soccer coach at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake schools was arrested Saturday for drunken driving, state police said.

Auriemmas' annual youth turkey contest draws 42 hunters

Eight years ago, Amsterdam turkey hunters Mike and Michele Auriemma and Dick Andrews held their first free spring youth turkey hunting contest, which included a barbeque at their house that afternoon.

Extra-inning minor league games have a silver lining

TROY

Extra-inning minor league games have a silver lining

Lower-level minor league baseball is about development. The goal is to get to the next step, and keep moving up.

Knicks acquire former MVP Rose from Bulls

NEW YORK

Knicks acquire former MVP Rose from Bulls

In a move designed to upgrade a conspicuously ineffectual backcourt, the New York Knicks on Wednesday completed a blockbuster deal with the Chicago Bulls to acquire point guard Derrick Rose, who won the Most Valuable Player Award in 2011 before struggling with a string of serious knee injuries.

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