ABC News: Sports 8 April 2018

Reed wins first major title, holding off Fowler at Masters

Patrick Reed has won his first major championship with a thrilling victory over Rickie Fowler at the Masters

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Fowler, Spieth make Reed earn his 1st major championship

Making him earn it: Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth turn the final round of the Masters into a thrilling duel with Patrick Reed

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Woods improves in final round at Masters, welcomes break

Tiger Woods leaves Masters feeling better about his game after nearly acing a hole and making his lone eagle of the week on the back

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ShoTime!: Ohtani hurls 7 superb innings, Angels beat A's 6-1

Shohei Ohtani yielded one hit over seven shutout innings in his home pitching debut in the Angels' 6-1 win over the A's

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Red Sox rally past Rays for 8th straight win

Benintendi gets key hit as Red Sox rally past Rays 8-7 for 8th straight win

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Kyle Busch win at Texas 1st this season for Joe Gibbs Racing

Kyle Busch finished ahead of Kevin Harvick at the rest of the field this time, winning at Texas Motor Speedway

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Canada town's arena focus of mourning after crash kills 15

The people of a small Canadian town are grieving at their hockey arena, laying flowers and jerseys in a makeshift memorial and gathering inside to mourn following the deaths of 15 people with the local youth hockey team in a highway crash

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Jazz clinch playoff spot in crowded Western Conference

Donovan Mitchell scored 28 points to help the Utah Jazz clinch a playoff berth with a 112-97 win over the Los Angeles Lakers

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Michael Jordan hires Mitch Kupchak as new Hornets GM

The Hornets have hired Mitch Kupchak as president of basketball operations and general manager

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US now waits after clinching 1st Davis Cup semi since 2012

The United States is off to a perfect start in Davis Cup play this year, and the Americans now have to wait and see if they can continue this momentum when they play in the semifinals for the first time since 2012

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