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Late start might mean even better results for Kyle Lewis | Calkins

Outfielder Kyle Lewis, right, works out during the Mariners’ “Summer Camp” training at T-Mobile Park on Sunday. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Outfielder Kyle Lewis, right, works out during the Mariners' "Summer Camp" training at T-Mobile Park on Sunday. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

The outfielder got everybody's attention last year with his homer binge. And he looks ready to add to it this season.

Podcast | Divish and Stone preview M's 'Summer Camp'

Seattle's first official workouts will start on Friday at T-Mobile Park and continue until July 23 or 24 when the 2020 season is expected to start.

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NHL, NHLPA agree on protocols to resume season

The NHL and NHL Players' Association agreed Sunday on protocols to resume the season, a major step toward the return of hockey this summer. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly told The Associated Press there was an agreement on protocols for training camps and games and the sides are still negotiating an extension of the collective bargaining...

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Tanaka doing well; Yanks to air intrasquad game Monday

NEW YORK (AP) — The Yankees had their Sunday brightened by Masahiro Tanaka, who came to the ballpark and seemed well a day after being hit in the head by Giancarlo Stanton’s line drive. They’re hoping Yankee Stadium’s lights will do the same this week. Encouraged by Tanaka’s progress after Saturday’s scare, the Yankees are...  VIEW

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Some K-State athletes protest over student’s Floyd tweet

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Some Kansas State athletes were among about 100 people who protested this weekend over an insensitive tweet by a student about the death of George Floyd. Those attending the rally in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday said the university administration's promise to launch initiatives to address racial injustice at the school did...

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Enhanced crowd audio adds another dimension to fanless games

There's clearly a huge difference between an English Premier League match and one played between friends on a local field. But when you take away 54,000 fans who would otherwise be singing and cheering at Liverpool's Anfield, both sound the same. That doesn't seem appropriate to Pierre Moossa, NBC's coordinating producer for Premier League coverage....