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Machado rips RBI double after agreeing to $350M deal

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — Manny Machado continues to be a very rich man. He also is still a very good hitter. Machado ripped an RBI double on the same day he agreed to a new $350 million, 11-year contract that will keep him with the San Diego Padres through 2033, according to a person with knowledge of the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because Machado must pass a physical before the deal is finalized. Machado got a big cheer from Padres fans on a chilly afternoon in Arizona before a spring training game against the Diamondbacks.

Bucks outlast Suns 104-101 for 14th consecutive victory

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Jrue Holiday scored 33 points, Brook Lopez made a tiebreaking layup with 24.8 seconds left and the Milwaukee Bucks edged the Phoenix Suns 104-101 for their 14th consecutive victory. The nationally televised game Sunday didn’t include Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo or Phoenix’s Kevin Durant. Antetokounmpo was out with a bruised right quadriceps after leaving in the first quarter of the Bucks’ 128-99 victory over the Miami Heat on Friday. Durant has yet to appear in a game for the Suns and hasn’t played since Jan. 8 because of a sprained right medial collateral ligament.

Beyond Kane, much uncertainty ahead of NHL trade deadline

A handful of big moves already have been made well ahead of the NHL trade deadline. Plenty more are expected before Friday at 3 p.m. Eastern. Patrick Kane going from Chicago to the New York Rangers is the most highly anticipated deal on the docket. Aside from that, there is plenty of uncertainty and additional big-name players who could change places. San Jose traded Timo Meier to the New Jersey Devils on Sunday. Vegas acquired forward Ivan Barbashev from St. Louis for prospect Zach Dean. In the next few days, Arizona’s Jakob Chychrun is likely to be traded, too.

Chris Kirk, after 8-year wait, wins the Honda Classic

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Chris Kirk waited nearly eight years to win a PGA Tour event again. Waiting one more hole on Sunday was no problem. Kirk stuck his approach to the par-5 18th to tap-in range, and his birdie on the first hole of a playoff lifted him past Eric Cole for the victory at the Honda Classic on Sunday. Cole had a chance, playing his third shot from the sand to just outside of 10 feet for a birdie that would have extended the playoff. But it lipped out, and Kirk nudged his ball in for his fifth career win.

Kaprizov caps hat trick in OT as Wild beat Blue Jackets 3-2

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Kirill Kaprizov scored with 20 seconds left in overtime, completing a natural hat trick and lifting the Minnesota Wild past the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-2. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 22 of 24 shots for the Wild, who trailed 2-0 heading into the third period. Mathieu Olivier and Liam Foudy scored for Columbus while Elvis Merzlikins made 42 saves. Merzlikins blanked the Wild through the first 40 minutes before Kaprizov scored twice in the first six minutes of the third to tie the game. Then, on the final shift of overtime, Wild defenseman Calen Addison feathered a pass across the crease and Kaprizov slammed it into the open net for the game winner.

Young’s buzzer-beating jumper lifts Hawks past Nets 129-127

ATLANTA (AP) — Trae Young sank a buzzer-beating jumper over Spencer Dinwiddie to score 34 points and lift the Atlanta Hawks to a 129-127 win over the Brooklyn Nets. The Hawks recovered after blowing an 18-point lead to overcome four Nets scorers with at least 20 points. Cam Johnson scored 27 points for Brooklyn, including a 3-pointer from the corner to tie the game at 127-all with 7.8 seconds remaining. Mikal Bridges had 24 points for the Nets, who have lost four of five. Atlanta won its second consecutive game under interim coach Joe Prunty after coach Nate McMillan was fired on Tuesday.

Maryland rolls in 2nd half, beats No. 21 Northwestern 75-59

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Jahmir Young scored 18 points and Don Carey added 13 to help Maryland wrap up an undefeated home season in Big Ten play with a 75-59 win over No. 21 Northwestern. The Terrapins finished 16-1 overall at home in Kevin Willard’s first season as their coach, and they used unusually impressive 3-point shooting to turn back the Wildcats. Maryland’s win also clinched at least a share of the Big Ten title for No. 5 Purdue. Chase Audige led Northwestern with 16 points.

Charles Howell III with 63 wins in Mexico for 1st LIV title

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico (AP) — Charles Howell III has won the LIV Golf opener in Mexico. This one finally felt easy. Howell shot a 63 in the final round at Mayakoba thanks to a hot putter. He wound up winning by four shots over Peter Uihlein. Howell picked up $4 million for the individual title and an additional $1 million for leading his team Crushers to a nine-shot win. Uihlein was still in range of Howell until the 12th hole. Uihlein had to hit three tee shots. Only two of them counted but it added to a triple bogey. He battled back for a 68.

No. 10 Notre Dame overcomes Miles injury to clinch ACC

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Sonia Citron scored 27 points and No. 10 Notre Dame overcame the loss of star guard Olivia Miles to a knee injury to beat Louisville 68-65 and clinch the ACC regular season title. Miles, who leads the Irish in several categories, was hurt with 2:35 remaining before halftime Sunday while diving for a loose ball. The sophomore returned to the bench in the third quarter with the knee wrapped in ice and eventually a bandage before watching Notre Dame rally from a 33-24 halftime deficit and take the lead for good in the fourth quarter. Hailey Van Lith had 23 points for Louisville.

Marlins’ Sandy Alcantara gets typo-free Cy Young plaque

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Miami Marlins ace Sandy Alcantara has received his NL Cy Young Award trophy for the second time, and this time he has no reason to give it back. When the Baseball Writers’ Association of America originally presented Alcantara with the trophy in January, the plaque that dubbed both Alcantara and AL winner Justin Verlander the most valuable pitchers in their leagues contained a typo, leaving out the second “a” in “valuable.” Alcantara was given a replacement award Sunday at home plate before Miami’s spring training home opener against St. Louis. The replacement contains the more up-to-date “most outstanding” phrasing — and it’s spelled correctly.