In a dramatic final round at The Country Club in Brookline, Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick emerged victorious on the US Open on Sunday.
Fitzpatrick finished at six under par, one stroke beforehand of Americans Scottie Scheffler and Will Zalatoris.
Elsewhere, the Red Sox defeated the Cardinals 6-4. Nick Pivetta pitched seven innings for Boston, allowing just one run and striking out 10. Tonight, the Red Sox host the Tigers at 7:10 p.m.
The latest on Kyrie Irving: In April, the Celtics removed Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, and the Nets from the playoffs in a first-round sweep.
Following the defeat, Irving — who has a player option for the 2022-2023 season with Brooklyn — told journalists that he didn’t “really plan on going anywhere.”
Irving, 30, left Boston to sign with Brooklyn in 2019. Should he hit free agency, the 2016 NBA champion would attract major interest.
Per Charania, Knicks, and Clippers would all be in the running. Because of the salary cap implications, it’s reportedly likely that an Irving exit would be handled with a sign-and-trade scenario.