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Harry and Meghan's royal baby: Questions answered

LONDON—The time is drawing near for the impending birth of the first child for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.

The couple is keeping many details about Meghan's pregnancy and birth plan private and say they don't know the baby's gender yet.

Here are some key points about what will be the latest addition to the world's most famous royal family.

Twins top Blue Jays

MINNEAPOLIS—Two starts ago, on a soggy mound in Philadelphia, Jake Odorizzi let the rain derail his pitching and didn't finish the first inning.

The weather in Minnesota last night didn't deter him, and neither did Toronto's lineup.

Nelson Cruz had two hits and two RBIs, helping Odorizzi and the Twins beat the Blue Jays 4-1 following a 54-minute rain delay.

Shiny Porsche a 'danger'

BERLIN—German authorities have ordered a blinged-out golden Porsche off the road for being too shiny.

Hamburg's Morgenpost reported April 5 the 31-year-old driver was stopped in the northern city last week and told his Porsche Panamera, sporting a reflective gold foil finish, might blind other drivers and was a danger.

Man's wager on Tiger earns him more than $1.2M

LAS VEGAS—A Wisconsin man who claims to have never placed a bet on sports before he risked $85,000 on Tiger Woods winning the Masters is now more than a million dollars richer.

James Adducci was presented with a cheque for more than $1.2 million yesterday at a sportsbook in Las Vegas. Adducci's win represents the largest golf payout ever for sportsbook operator William Hill US.