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At 40 and near end, Ortiz playing like an MVP

At 40 and near end, Ortiz playing like an MVP

David Ortiz heading to his 10th All-Star Game.

BH-BL soccer coach charged with DWI

BH-BL soccer coach charged with DWI

A soccer coach at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake schools was arrested Saturday for drunken driving, state police said.

Auriemmas' annual youth turkey contest draws 42 hunters

Eight years ago, Amsterdam turkey hunters Mike and Michele Auriemma and Dick Andrews held their first free spring youth turkey hunting contest, which included a barbeque at their house that afternoon.

Extra-inning minor league games have a silver lining

TROY

Extra-inning minor league games have a silver lining

Lower-level minor league baseball is about development. The goal is to get to the next step, and keep moving up.

Knicks acquire former MVP Rose from Bulls

NEW YORK

Knicks acquire former MVP Rose from Bulls

In a move designed to upgrade a conspicuously ineffectual backcourt, the New York Knicks on Wednesday completed a blockbuster deal with the Chicago Bulls to acquire point guard Derrick Rose, who won the Most Valuable Player Award in 2011 before struggling with a string of serious knee injuries.

Former Union star second in NHL Rookie of Year voting

LAS VEGAS

Former Union star second in NHL Rookie of Year voting

Chicago Blackhawks left wing Artemi Panarin won the Calder Memorial Trophy as the National Hockey League Rookie of the Year Wednesday night.

Baseball: Genord (5 RBIs) sparks Mohawks win

Joe Genord drilled a three-run home run in the first inning to set the tone as the Amsterdam Mohawks rolled over the Saugerties Stallions 9-1 Tuesday night in a Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League game at at Shuttleworth Park

BROOKLYN

ValleyCats win marathon, then lose in 9

It took 17 innings and over six hours for the Tri-City ValleyCats and the Brooklyn Cyclones to come up with a winner in their New York-Penn League game Monday night.

The luster comes off the Golden State Warriors' season

The luster comes off the Golden State Warriors' season

If a 73-9 team falls in the NBA playoffs, does it make a sound?

Fort Plain won big by playing small ball

FORT PLAIN

Fort Plain won big by playing small ball

'We manufactured runs.'

Cleveland loses title ... for most cursed sports town

Cleveland loses title ... for most cursed sports town

Cleveland won a championship, but lost its "long-suffering" designation.

Pair of national titles for Shen track

CLIFTON PARK

Pair of national titles for Shen track

Other local stars shine.

Haters need a new target besides James, Cleveland

Haters need a new target besides James, Cleveland

Two of the ripest targets in sports get last laugh.

Dustin Johnson breaks through, wins U.S. Open

OAKMONT, Pa.

Dustin Johnson breaks through, wins U.S. Open

Dispute over stroke could not thwart Johnson's march toward long-award title.

At last, Cleveland can call itself a championship city

OAKLAND, Calif.

At last, Cleveland can call itself a championship city

The mid-'60s Browns were the last major pro sports team from Cleveland to win it all.

Wheeler wins Schenectady Classic

SCHENECTADY

Wheeler wins Schenectady Classic

Overcame losing part of his foot last year.

Sports Bulletin Board June 19-26

THE HUDSON MOHAWK ROAD RUNNERS’ CLUB  has begun its Tuesday night summer program.

The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

The pros, cons of playing college sports close to home

Joe Cremo knows some people wonder why he “only” went to the University at Albany to continue his basketball career after graduating from Scotia-Glenville High School.

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

Coaches not happy with proposed OT rule change

While pro and junior hockey leagues in North America have gone to 4-on-4 or 3-on-3 to decide overtime games in the regular season, NCAA hockey has kept the 5-on-5 format for its regular season OT contests.

Golf: Three tied for Schenectady Classic lead

Golf: Three tied for Schenectady Classic lead

A breakthrough performance could be in the works for today’s final round of the 66th Annual Schenectady Classic, sponsored by The Daily Gazette.

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