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Second-straight Bristol win for Logano

BRISTOL, Tenn.—As Joey Logano circled Bristol Motor Speedway, he’d briefly glance in the mirror to watch Kevin Harvick.

Logano had taken the lead on a restart with 64 laps to go but Harvick was closing in by using a completely different line.

Refusing to get rattled, Logano stuck to what worked for him Saturday and won the Bristol night race for the second-straight year.

Love III third-oldest to win

GREENSBORO, N.C.—During their practice round together before the Wyndham Championship, Tiger Woods pumped local favourite Davis Love III for tips on how to play the course.

Looks like Love saved a few secrets for himself.

Love became the third-oldest winner in PGA Tour history with his victory yesterday while Woods’ season came to an abrupt end.

Norris joins elite club

CHICAGO—Detroit’s Daniel Norris became just the 19th pitcher to hit a home run in his first major-league at-bat before suffering an injury that will send him to the disabled list.

Norris left yesterday’s game against the Chicago Cubs with a strained right oblique and is headed to the disabled list, Tigers’ manager Brad Ausmus said.

Boston Olympics organizers: Critical consultants’ report didn’t fully analyze the plans

BOSTON — Boston’s failed bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics underestimated costs for hosting the games, potentially leaving Massachusetts taxpayers on the hook for significant cost overruns, according to a state-funded report released Tuesday.

Padres’ rookie sharp again

SAN DIEGO—Colin Rea’s second big-league start was less dramatic than his first.

But it ended the same way: with a victory for the San Diego Padres’ right-hander.

Rea became just the seventh starter in Padres’ history to begin his big-league career 2-0, pitching into the sixth inning of San Diego’s 5-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves last night.