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Grayson Murray, who earned the second of his two PGA Tour tournament victories at this year’s Sony Open, passed away Saturday at the age of 30.
NBC Sports surveyed several IndyCar drivers about racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway after leaving Indianapolis.

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  • ATL Third Baseman #27
    Yikes. Riley has progressed to taking batting practice without any issues, but it appears the Braves don’t want to take any chances here. Atlanta manager Brian Snitker told reports Friday that he doesn’t expect Riley back until Monday’s series opener against the Nationals. The 27-year-old fantasy star hasn’t played since May 12 and will miss his 12th consecutive contest on Saturday afternoon at PNC Park. It’ll be Zack Short drawing another start at the hot corner in his absence.
  • TB Right Fielder #15
    Ugh. There was some optimism that Lowe wouldn’t be facing a lengthy absence after he wasn’t put on the injured list ahead of Friday’s series opener. The 26-year-old fantasy stalwart told reporters Saturday that he hopes to only have a minimum stay on the injured list, which is extremely encouraging. He’s been limited to just 14 games this season due to persistent injuries. It sounds like there’s a strong possibility he’ll return in early June.
  • NYM Relief Pitcher #39
    He’s our closer,” Mendoza added. “Even if he’s going through it right now.” He also elaborated that they’ll “piece it together” moving forward in the ninth inning. It’s a bit of a confusing message and isn’t exactly the vote of confidence fantasy managers are hoping to hear. It certainly sounds like Díaz will get some save opportunities in the near future, but Reed Garrett, Adam Ottavino and Jorge López might also still be in the mix. What a mess.
  • TEX Left Fielder #36
    It won’t show up in the surface stats, but Langford recorded impressive exit velocities of 109.6, 101.3 and 96 mph on three batted ball events during his rehab assignment debut on Friday night at Triple-A Round Rock. The 22-year-old top prospect will likely require a handful of additional contests to get back up to speed before returning to the Rangers’ lineup. He’s been on the shelf since early May recovering from a right hamstring strain.
  • NYY Left Fielder #22
    Revenge game? Soto was facing his former club, and he kept doing what he’s done for the overwhelming majority of 2024. The 25-year-old scorched one of four homers Yu Darvish gave up on the evening, and he’s gone deep 14 times in his first year in New York. Soto also doubled and walked, and any questions about how he’d handle the pressure of New York have been answered with a resounding “pretty easily.”
  • CLE Third Baseman #11
    Ramirez also drew a walk. The switch-hitting star has gone deep 14 times, and both long balls were off Patrick Sandoval on Friday. The 31-year-old scuffled early in the season, but he’s now on pace for a 40-plus homer, 20-plus stolen base season. That’ll work.
  • MIA Starting Pitcher #29
    Garrett scattered four hits, didn’t walk anyone and struck out six. The left-hander needed only 95 pitches to complete the shutout, and 71 of those were able to land for strikes. Simply put, the D-backs’ offense was once again lethargic, but Garrett had easily his best start since coming back from the injured list early in May. The 26-year-old will face off against the Padres on Wednesday and try to duplicate this effort. It’s unlikely, but Garrett has the stuff to provide relevance over the final 2/3 of the season.
  • WAS Center Fielder #50
    Rumors of an imminent call-up began circulating on social media when Wood was lifted from the fifth inning of Thursday’s game at Triple-A Rochester, but it sounds like the Nationals are merely proceeding with an abundance of caution and not taking any chances here. The 21-year-old top prospect is batting .355 (59-for-166) with nine homers and 10 steals in 44 games this season and appears to be on the precipice of arriving in the majors.
  • ATL Third Baseman #27
    Riley remained out of Atlanta’s lineup for the 10th consecutive contest on Thursday afternoon at Wrigley Field recovering from an intercostal strain. The 27-year-old fantasy stalwart hasn’t played since May 12. The positive news here is that he was able to resume hitting on Wednesday without any issues. It’s unclear whether he’ll be ready to return for Friday’s series opener against the Pirates.
  • ATL Starting Pitcher #32
    Smith-Shawver looked sharp on Thursday afternoon against the Cubs, carrying a shutout into the fifth inning before Braves manager Brian Snitker elected to turn things over to the bullpen rather than let him face the top of Chicago’s lineup for a third time. He surrendered just three hits, struck out four and issued only a pair of walks. He generated nine swinging strikes and finished with a 24 percent CSW. The 21-year-old righty rocketed to the big leagues last year, but hasn’t had a ton of success at the highest level. There’s a possibility he gets an extended look over the rest of the year, but that remains to be seen. He’s currently in line to take the ball next Wednesday against the Nationals.
Indy 500 on NBC, Peacock
Here are the start times, full schedule, TV and streaming information for watching the 108th Indy 500 on May 26 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Tony Stewart recalls his experience doing “The Double” and the demands of completing both the Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 on the same day, as well as Kyle Larson’s chances at accomplishing the feat.
One of the most iconic traditions in sports, the Indy 500 winner drinking milk at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, can trace its roots back to a mother in Yonkers, New York, kicking off a yearly ritual which began in 1956.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Doug Boles said the track is monitoring the May 26 forecast.
From simulations to staffing, Chevrolet engineers are involved in many common areas of ‘The Double.’
Jeff Gordon sits down with NBC Sports to discuss Kyle Larson’s rise to racing greatness and how it will all come to a head in a historic double attempt at the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600.
NBC Sports surveyed several IndyCar drivers about racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway after leaving Indianapolis.

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Chebet sets world record in 10,000m at Pre Classic
Kenya's Beatrice Chebet sets a new world record in the women's 10,000m and becomes the first woman to clock a sub-29 minute time in the event.

NBC Sports Podcasts

NFL

Competition is growing among NFL cities to host the draft, and Washington, D.C. is throwing its hat in the ring.
Billy Price, a center who was drafted by the Bengals in the first round in 2018, is retiring from the NFL at the age of 29.
In today’s media ecosystem, where every issue becomes fodder for outrage and counter-outrage, nuance and pragmatism has no place.
It’s the unofficial start of summer.

Rotoworld

Matthew Pouliot recommends a starter, an outfielder and a “catcher” in this week’s pickups column.
Eric Samulski looks at early pulled flyball numbers to find potential power surges
After a two-year trial, has the backcourt duo of Trae Young and Dejounte Murray run its course?
The Rotoworld Football Show examines Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Warren, comparing his workload to when Tony Pollard served as the backup to Ezekiel Elliott with the Dallas Cowboys.

Motor Sports

Cole Custer and Austin Hill crashed during Saturday afternoon’s race at the 1.5-mile track.
Chase Elliott took the lead during the final stage Saturday afternoon.
The 2022 Indy 500 winner was nearly bumped out of the field of 33
Relive the best moments from the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Golf

Watch highlights from Round 3 of the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship at Harbor Shores Golf Club in Benton Harbor, Michigan.
The PGA Tour released a statement to its players Saturday, confirming the death of Grayson Murray.
How to watch all of the action from the U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club.
Here’s a look at tee times and pairings for the third round at Colonial.
McIlroy won the Canadian Open in 2019 and 2022 and is looking for a third title.

MLB

The White Sox discussed the infield fly and interference call that ended an 8-6 loss to the Baltimore Orioles with MLB and were told there is room for umpires to use judgment.
Riding a high with the best record in baseball, the Phillies are 29-6 over their last 35 games, which matches the best 35-game span in franchise history, last done in 1892.
On a day when command of his breaking balls was iffy at best, Skenes found a way to make it work anyway.
MLB has been experimenting with the automated ball-strike system in minor leagues since 2019.

NBA

Brown, the coach who led the Kings to the playoffs for the first time in 16 years, will be in the final year of his contract next season.
For the second straight game Minnesota had the lead with 2:10 left, and twice the Mavericks were better in the clutch.

Betting

Rennae Stubbs joins Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick to preview the men’s side of the French Open, including why Novak Djokovic is the best player to watch and bet in the tournament.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick discuss the Dallas-Minnesota series, including the Timberwolves weaknesses and how stars Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving can lift the Mavericks to victory.
Rennae Stubbs joins Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick to react to the 2024 French Open draws, and explain why she does not expect anyone to defeat Iga Swiatek in the first quarter of the tournament.

Premier League

The Premier League’s seven representatives in European competition next season have been decided, with Manchester United claiming a place in the Europa League.
Two of the most fun things in Premier League fandom are predicting who will thrive in an upcoming season and reviewing who actually did the thing at the end of the campaign.
A report says that Erik ten Hag will be sacked by Manchester United after this weekend’s FA Cup Final against Manchester City, win or lose.
Leicester City and Ipswich Town have clinched promotion and an epic Championship playoff final has been set up.

College Football

The College Football Transfer Portal is underway. Here is a one-stop shop to track which big-name players are on the move this offseason.
A potential multibillion-dollar settlement of an antitrust lawsuit cleared the second of a three-step NCAA approval process Tuesday.
A potential multibillion-dollar settlement of an antitrust lawsuit has cleared the first of a three-step NCAA approval process.
The Gators may have thought they were off the hook but Jaden Rashada’s lawsuit puts them back in the spotlight, at the very least.

College Basketball

Seimone Augustus, who led LSU to three straight NCAA Final Fours and won three Olympic gold medals, will return to the Tigers as an assistant.
Jan Jensen had numerous head coaching opportunities in her 24 years as an assistant on Lisa Bluder’s coaching staff at Iowa.
Green Bay announced Tuesday that Gottlieb will take over for Sundance Wicks, who left the Phoenix after one year to take over Wyoming’s program.
The game, which will be played on Saturday, Dec. 21, will feature two of the college game’s biggest stars in USC’s JuJu Watkins and UConn’s Paige Bueckers.

Brother From Another

Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving lead the way for Dallas, but the Mavericks’ defense could be what propels them past the Timberwolves as they chase an NBA Finals berth.
BFA debates if the Nuggets ran into exhaustion in their series against the Timberwolves, or if Nikola Jokic & Co. choked away a chance at advancing.
Michael Smith and Vinnie Goodwill believe Indiana has a “coaching edge” vs. Boston, while Michael Holley sees a title in the Celtics’ future as the “best team in basketball.”
Fueled by Anthony Edwards and a strong supporting cast, Minnesota is using its collective talent to overcome a lack of playoff experience as it prepares for the Western Conference Finals.

Local coverage

Jaylen Brown has adopted a new mindset this season, making a concerted effort to ignore the outside noise and focus on being the best version of himself.
Williams struggled Thursday. The defense is supposed to be miles ahead of an offense learning a new system with a rookie quarterback.
Christian McCaffrey’s absence from the 49ers’ voluntary organized team activities (OTA) workouts this week caught some by surprise.
Jalen Carter is back for year two in the NFL and explained what he’s been focusing on this offseason.

Latest

Leeds United and Southampton collide at Wembley Stadium for the “richest game on the planet” on Sunday, as the two teams aim for an immediate return to the Premier League.
Lamprecht can return later in this NCAA Championship, but he will be unable to compete for a national individual title after being subbed out Saturday due to injury.
Jett Lawrence is one moto away from tying James Stewart for third on the consecutive moto win streak.
After Cardinals receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. signed his rookie contract this week, he reportedly also agreed to the NFLPA licensing arrangement that would allow his jersey to be sold.
Julie Harman-Vance has created her 33rd ‘Winner’s Wreath’ for the 108thIndianapolis 500