WASHINGTON — The Nationals will begin their season Tuesday by hosting the Atlanta Braves after Major League Baseball postponed Monday's opener of the teams' three-game series because of a coronavirus outbreak that involves 11 of Washington's players.

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Gene Sapakoff: Saying “I cannot be quiet” and complaining about a shoddy set-up at the NCAA women’s basketball tournament in San Antonio was just the start of Dawn Staley seizing opportunity to speak out as the most important voice in her sport, and then some.

LEXINGTON, Va. — Reece Udinksi, the Southern Conference preseason offensive player of the year, passed for 248 yards and a pair of touchdowns as VMI edged No. 10 Furman 14-13 on Feb. 27.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Somebody had to make a move to win the Daytona 500, and maybe Michael McDowell would have pulled out of traffic to take his shot at a monster upset.

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Phil Niekro, the longtime stalwart of the Atlanta Braves rotation died after a long fight with cancer, the team announced Sunday, becoming the seventh member of the Hall of Fame to pass away in 2020. He was 81.

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Imagine the full Broadway cast of “The Lion King” showing up in your backyard for a matinee performance. Being at the 2020 Masters might be the greatest, oddest, coolest on-site observation opportunity in the history of major sports. The saddest, too.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Charleston's Mark Cumins runs the most popular restaurant in Augusta during a typical Masters week in April. But with no fans around for a COVID-19 delayed Masters, this week is anything but typical for Cumins and other local businesses. 


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