• Ellsbury leaves game after banging head into wall

    NEW YORK (AP) — Yankees center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury left Wednesday night’s game against Kansas City with a concussion and sprained neck after banging his head into the center-field wall while catching Alcides Escobar’s fly ball on Luis Severino’s opening pitch.

  • Ariana Grande suspends world tour, cancels some Euro stops

    NEW YORK (AP) — Ariana Grande suspended her Dangerous Woman world tour and canceled several European shows Wednesday due to the deadly bombing at her concert in Manchester, England.

  • Bills sign wide receiver Rod Streater, tight end Saxton

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills have signed wide receiver Rod Streater and tight end Wes Saxton, while releasing tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and quarterback Josh Woodrum.

  • Ex-aide to soccer federation leader pleads guilty in scandal

    NEW YORK (AP) — A former aide to the president of the North American professional soccer federation has pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy in a worldwide soccer scandal.

  • Technology elevates new theme park experiences in Orlando

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — For more than a moment, you feel the way “Avatar” hero Jake Sully felt plunging down the side of a floating mountain and coming just close enough to a giant wave to feel the mist on your face — all while on the back of a flying banshee that then swoons and soars high above the land of Pandora.

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  • Conforto powers Harvey, Mets to 9-3 rout of Padres

    NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Conforto homered twice and had a career-high four RBIs, including three on two hits during the Mets’ biggest first inning in 13 years, and Matt Harvey won his first home start since getting suspended as New York routed the San Diego Padres 9-3 on Tuesday night.

  • Duffy beats Yanks for 2nd time in week as Royals win 6-2

    NEW YORK (AP) — Danny Duffy noticed a flaw in his delivery a few weeks ago: His front hip was opening too soon and he was yanking pitches.

  • Mets send reliever Robles to minors, recall Smoker

    NEW YORK (AP) — Searching for answers in a wobbly bullpen, the New York Mets optioned struggling right-hander Hansel Robles to Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday and recalled lefty Josh Smoker from their top farm club.

  • Dina Merrill, heiress and actress, dead at 93

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dina Merrill, the rebellious heiress who defied her super-rich parents to become a movie star, often portraying stylish wives or “the other woman,” has died at age 93.