Korey Holland tied the game with a three-run homer in the sixth inning and Jonathan Rodriguez hit an RBI double in the seventh to lift the Akron RubberDucks to a 5-4 win over the Portland Sea Dogs in an Eastern League game Sunday at Akron, Ohio.

Phillip Sikes was 3 for 4 with a two-run single for the Sea Dogs, who return from a two-week road trip to begin a series against the Somerset Patriots on Tuesday at Hadlock Field. Portland leads Somerset by 1 1/2 games in the Northeast Division.


PGA: Wyndham Clark shot 68 for a four-shot victory over Xander Schauffele at the Wells Fargo Championship, in Charlotte, North Carolina, earning his first win on the PGA Tour.

Clark, 29, finished at 19-under 265, the second-lowest score in relation to par in tournament history behind only three-time champion Rory McIlroy’s 21-under 267 in 2015 when par was 72.


Schauffele had accuracy issues with his driver on Sunday and shot 1-under 70, finishing at 15 under.

Tyrrell Hatton and Harry English finished tied for third at 12 under.

• Don January, who won the 1967 PGA Championship in a playoff and became the first winner on what is now the PGA Tour Champions, died Sunday, the PGA Tour announced. He was 93.

The tour did not list the cause of death.

January won 10 times on the PGA Tour over 20 years, none bigger than the 1967 PGA Championship at Columbine Country Club in Colorado. He shot 69 to beat Don Massengale by two shots in an 18-hole playoff.

Four years after his final win, the Senior PGA Tour for players 50 and older began with four tournaments. January won the first one, the Atlantic City Senior Invitational. He won 22 times on the senior tour, including the 1982 Senior PGA Championship.


EUROPEAN TOUR: Adrian Meronk of Poland boosted his chances of making Europe’s Ryder Cup team by winning the Italian open in Guidoina Montecelio, Italy, on the same course where the Ryder Cup will be played in September.

Meronk closed with a 2-under 69 for a 13-under total and a one-stroke victory over Romain Langasque, with third-round leader Julien Guerrier three strokes behind in third.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Stephen Ames capped a dominant week with a 4-under 68 that gave him the tournament scoring record and a four-shot victory in the Mitsubishi Electric Classic at Duluth, Georgia.

Ames joined David Toms as the only multiple winners on the PGA Tour Champions this year. He previously won the Trophy Hassan II in Morocco.

Ames had a three-shot lead going into the final round and was never seriously challenged. He drove into the water on the final hole but made a 30-foot par putt to finish at 19-under 197, breaking his own tournament record by four shots. He also won in 2017.

Miguel Angel Jimenez birdied the final hole for a 68 to finish alone in second.


LPGA: Atthaya Thitikul birdied the 16th hole to cap a dominating week that carried Thailand to a victory over Australia in San Francisco for the country’s first International Crown team match play title.

Thitikul beat Stephanie Kyriacou 4 and 2 to improve to 5-0 on the week and earn the clinching point in the final.

The United States beat Sweden in the consolation match to finish third.


FORMULA ONE: Max Verstappen used an easy drive to keep Red Bull undefeated on the season, as the reigning two-time Formula One champion drove from ninth place to the victory at the Miami Grand Prix.

Red Bull has won all five races this season, and teammate Sergio Perez’s second-place finish in Miami was the fourth 1-2 finish for Red Bull. Verstappen has three wins, while Perez, the pole sitter in Miami, has two.



MADRID OPEN: Carlos Alcaraz successfully defended his 2022 title with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win over lucky loser Jan-Lennard Struff, moving closer to recovering his world No. 1 ranking.


ENGLAND: Arsenal kept the pressure on Manchester City in the Premier League title race by winning 2-0 at Newcastle.

Martin Odegaard’s first-half strike and Fabian Schar’s own goal, combined with some breathtaking saves by Aaron Ramsdale, helped Arsenal move back to one point behind City, which has a game in hand.

• David De Gea let Said Benrahma’s hopeful shot from 20 meters slip over his glove and into the net, jeopardizing Manchester United’s hold on fourth place as West Ham won 1-0 in London.

United is just one point ahead of a rapidly advancing Liverpool, albeit with a game in hand.

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