JACKSON, Miss. - Ryan Armour's final round at the Sanderson Farms Championship was downright boring, which was exactly the plan.
The 41-year-old Armour earned his first PGA Tour win on Sunday, shooting a 4-under 68 to beat Chesson Hadley by five …
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The 41-year-old Armour earned his first PGA Tour win on Sunday, shooting a 4-under 68 to beat Chesson Hadley by five shots at the Country Club of Jackson.
Armour began the final round with a five-shot lead and was never seriously challenged. He won for the first time in 105 career starts, nailing fairway after fairway in bright sunshine and cool temperatures to avoid any drama.
Nationals hire Martinez
WASHINGTON - Dave Martinez's first managing job will come with a Washington Nationals team that expects him to produce nothing less than a World Series championship.
The Nationals announced on Monday that Martinez agreed to a three-year contract with an option for a fourth year.
Martinez has been the bench coach for Joe Maddon with the Chicago Cubs the past three seasons and with the Tampa Bay Rays for seven years before that.
Phillies hire Kapler
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Phillies went outside the organization and perhaps outside the box to get a new manager.
Former major league outfielder Gabe Kapler was hired Monday to be Philadelphia's manager, completing a search that lasted one month.
Kapler has served as director of player development for the Los Angeles Dodgers since 2014. The Dodgers trail the Houston Astros 3-2 in the World Series. Game 6 is Tuesday night in Los Angeles.
Wozniacki beats Venus
SINGAPORE - Caroline Wozniacki won the biggest title of her career when she beat Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 in the WTA Finals on Sunday.
The Dane completed the victory with a backhand down the line on a second match point for her 60th match victory of the season.
The 27-year-old Wozniacki's best previous result at the WTA Finals was reaching the final in 2010.
Williams, who was hoping to win a 50th career title on Sunday, is the only player at this year's WTA Finals who didn't win a title during the season.
The 37-year-old Williams appeared in three finals at the five most prestigious tournaments of the season: the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and here in Singapore.
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