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Older and wiser Colsaerts seeks to recapture past glories

By Tony Jimenez VIRGINIA WATER, England (Reuters) - Nicolas Colsaerts may finally be seeing some light at the end of a long, dark tunnel after watching his fortunes nosedive since he featured in Europe's 2012 Ryder Cup victory. The long-hitting Colsaerts has not won since landing the World Match Play title in Spain in 2012 but if he maintains his current rate of progress, he may not take too long to achieve the third European Tour victory of his career. Colsaerts followed his 15th-place finish at this month's China Open by sharing third at the Mauritius Open and his form in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth this week has improved with each passing day to give him an outside chance of victory.

Mets Acquire James Loney to Shore Up First Base

James Loney getting Martin Prado out at first base for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2014.

In Capturing Drama of the ’86 Mets, Videographers Were Left Captivated

Mets players after capturing the National League East title on Sept. 17, 1986.

More good times are just around corner: Sullivan

By Tony Jimenez VIRGINIA WATER, England (Reuters) - World number 37 Andy Sullivan is refusing to panic despite suffering from something of a golfing hangover after enjoying by far the best year of his career last season. The Englishman catapulted himself up the rankings by winning three European Tour events in 2015 but has made little impact this term, registering just one top-10 finish when sharing second place at the Dubai Desert Classic in February. "It was always going to be hard to come off three wins last year and come out of the blocks firing this year," the 29-year-old Sullivan told Reuters in an interview after carding a third-round 72 in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Saturday.

Extra Bases: Jim Palmer, at 70, Is Still Talking Pitching

The Orioles’ Jim Palmer facing the final batter in Game 2 of the 1966 World Series against the Dodgers. Palmer pitched a shutout.