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Tejada Bounces Back After Hit to His Head

Shortstop Ruben Tejada was out of the lineup Thursday after being hit by a pitch the night before, but he did not sustain a concussion and he traveled with the Mets from Seattle to Milwaukee.


National Basketball Association roundup

(The Sports Xchange) - First overall pick Andrew Wiggins signed a four-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but his future with the team remains in doubt. Wiggins, who receives $5.5 million under the terms of the deal, is the subject of ongoing trade talks with the Minnesota Timberwolves centered around All-Star forward Kevin Love. The Cavaliers have not officially confirmed Wiggins is part of the deal, but sources around both teams imply the former Kansas star is indeed available if the Love trade can be consummated. Per NBA rules, rookies cannot be traded for 30 days after signing a contract.


In Joining Lakers, Lin Narrows Focus and Sheds Status as a Sensation

Jeremy Lin is more concerned with finding a starting spot and growing in Los Angeles than with rekindling his banner run.


Stanley back in form to contend in Canada

(Reuters) - Kyle Stanley has endured a frustrating 2013-14 PGA Tour season with 11 missed cuts in 25 starts but hinted at better things to come as he surged into contention for the Canadian Open in Montreal on Thursday before being overtaken late in the day by Michael Putnam and Tim Petrovic. Though Stanley failed to maintain momentum on his homeward nine after racing to the turn in an electrifying five-under 30, he ended a glorious, sun-splashed day one stroke off the pace set by his compatriots Putnam and Petrovic. Putnam, a journeyman who has bounced between the PGA Tour and the lower-tier circuits over the past decade, got to six under with four birdies in his last four holes. Stanley, whose only PGA Tour victory came at the 2012 Phoenix Open, was thrilled to see significant improvement in his game around and on the greens after toiling for much of this season.


On Pro Football: Who Says the Jets Are Geno Smith’s Team? His Teammates

Smith is working with the same offensive coordinator, scheme and terminology for a second consecutive year, and that can only benefit him.