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Mariners lose on walk-off wild pitch

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Mike Zunino had just prevented the winning run from scoring with an impossible block. After 10 innings of baseball in 90-degree heat, he was still not slowing down. With a runner on third base and two outs in the bottom of the 10th, he forced his body in front of a spiked curveball from Tom Wilhelmsen, taking it off the chest pad and keeping it front of him. It drew loud groans from the 38,367 fans at Angels Stadium.

Cano injured in freak accident as Mariners lose to Angels

ANAHIEM, Calif. — The concept of things going from bad to worse for the Mariners and Robinson Cano this season seems difficult to fathom. Seattle is struggling to stay out of last place in the American League West and Cano is a big reason for those struggles, coming into the game with .246 batting average and a .639 on-base-plus-slugging percentage.

Tiger Woods’ game is spinning, and so is he

GAINESVILLE, Va. — The camera shot of Tiger Woods on the satellite link-up from his corporate headquarters in Florida was a tight one — all receding hairline and open collar and weary eyes. The assembled reporters and tournament officials gathered at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club for the Quicken Loans National media day could make out little about the room 1,000 miles away where Woods sat, though everyone already knew one thing: There was an enormous elephant in it.