UPDATE 1-Mexico City to allow open-air events as coronavirus cases fall
MEXICO CITY, May 7 (Reuters) - Residents of Mexico City will be able to attend open-air concerts and sporting events at limited capacities beginning next week after a sustained drop in coronavirus infections, Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum said on Friday.
Indians C Roberto Perez (finger surgery) out 8 to 10 weeks
Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez will miss approximately two months after undergoing surgery Friday to repair a fractured right ring finger.
Alexander Zverev stuns Rafael Nadal at Madrid Open
Germany's Alexander Zverev won his third consecutive match over 20-time major champion Rafael Nadal, on the clay, no less, to reach the semifinals of the Madrid Open on Friday.
UPDATE 9-MLB Standings
May 7 (Stats Perform) - Standings from the MLB games on Friday
Kenin's father out of a job as world number four hunts for new coach
(Reuters) - World number four Sofia Kenin has parted ways with her coach - her father, Alex Kenin - after a string of disappointing performances this year, the 22-year-old American announced on Instagram on Friday.
Tennis-Kenin's father out of a job as world number four hunts for new coach
May 7 (Reuters) - World number four Sofia Kenin has parted ways with her coach - her father, Alex Kenin - after a string of disappointing performances this year, the 22-year-old American announced on Instagram on Friday.
Pelicans' Zion Williamson (fractured finger) out indefinitely
New Orleans Pelicans star forward Zion Williamson was diagnosed with a fractured left ring finger and will be sidelined indefinitely, the team announced Friday.
Zach Davies deals as Cubs slip by Pirates
Chicago Cubs right-hander Zach Davies pitched seven scoreless innings Friday in a 3-2 win over the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates.
Canucks cling to playoff hopes ahead of Oilers rematch
The Vancouver Canucks mathematically are still alive in the chase for a ticket to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Phil Mickelson loses focus in rough round at Wells Fargo
Phil Mickelson thought he played well in Round 1 on Thursday at the Wells Fargo Championship; in Round 2 he said he wasn't doing enough high-level thinking en route to a 4-over 75.
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