Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Saturday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. All times EDT:- CHASKA, Minn. -- The Americans take a slim lead into the second day of Ryder Cup matches, trying to avoid a fourth straight loss to Europe.- Three key college football games: No. 3 Louisville at No. 5 Clemson (8 p.m.); No. 8 Wisconsin at No. 4 Michigan (3:30 p.m.); and No. 11 Tennessee at No. 25 Georgia (3:30 p.m.).- Wild-card races: AL: Orioles (at Yankees); Blue Jays (at Red Sox); Tigers (at Braves); Mariners (vs. Athletics). NL: Mets (at Phillies); Giants (vs. Dodgers); Cardinals (vs. Pirates).- BOSTON -- The Mariners traded him; the Twins released him. Even the Boston fans gave up on David Ortiz a couple of times. Now he is playing as well as ever and ready to end his career on his terms.- ATLANTA -- Turner Field has all the amenities of a modern stadium. Of course, at 20 years old, its not exactly a baseball relic. But its time in the big leagues is over.- J.J. Watts injury could even things out even more in the mediocre AFC South. Not that Houstons defense, or anything much else with the Texans, was worth watching at New England. Now, the Titans come to town looking to tie for first.- Kevin Durant wears his Golden State uniform in a game for the first time Saturday night when the Warriors play Toronto in the NBAs preseason opener. Also Saturday, Dallas is at New Orleans.- DOVER, Del. -- Brad Keselowski discusses the state of NASCAR entering Sundays third Chase race. Kevin Harvick won last week at New Hampshire. 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The 2016 World Series of Poker main event final table kicks off Sunday, and we have everything you need to know about the final nine players right here. The broadcast, which will shift between ESPN and ESPN2 on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights, will also air online on WatchESPN all three nights. All action will air on a 30-minute delay to prevent hole card information from catching up to real time.To kick things off, Tim Fiorvanti and Andrew Feldman recap the summers action with several player interviews. Just a few days before the final table got underway, ESPN poker columnist Bernard Lee?had Fiorvanti and veteran poker reporter Remko Rinkema on The Bernard Lee Poker Show to break down each of the final nine players, the biggest moments and controversies of the tournament so far, and changes theyd like to see in the future, among many other topics over the course of almost two hours of in-depth analysis.Heres whats on tap for the final three days of action at the 2016 WSOP, along with links to the WatchESPN coverage of the event:Sunday, Oct. 30 ESPN?--?8:30 p.m. ET ESPN2?--11 p.m. ETMonday, Oct. 31 ESPN2?--?8 p.m. ETTuesday, Nov. 1 ESPN?--?9 p.m. ETPlayers are listed in order of most chips to the least heading into the final table, based on performance in the WSOP so far. The seat numbers indicate each players position at the table and are unrelated to chip totals. All career earnings exclude 2016 WSOP main event payout.Seat 5Career tournament earnings: $2,641,620 Career WSOP earnings: $810,358 (2 bracelets) Arash Markazi: Cliff Josephy reflects on his poker origins, November Nine experience and Will KassoufSeat 4Career tournament earnings: $52,986 Career WSOP earnings: $9,029 Bernard Lee: Qui Nguyen embraces November Nine as opportunity to improve his lifeSeat 7Career tournament earnings: $1,561,834 Career WSOP earnings: $652,989 Lee: Gordon Vayo rode incredible run from short stack to the November NineSeat 8Career tournament earnings: $1,317,530 Career WSOP earnings: $367,855 Lee: Kenny Hallaert balances poker dreams with poker tournament directingSeat 6Career tournament earnings: $44,962 Career WSOP earnings: $27,718 Dave Tuley: Michael Ruanes anonymity was nice while it lastedSeat 2Career tournament earnings: $1,246,791 Career WSOP earnings: $138,585 Tim Fiorvanti: Vojtech Ruzicka is a dark horse in 2016 WSOP main event final tableSeat 1Career tournament earnings: $2,395,406 Career WSOP earnings: $231,201 Lee: Griffin Benger enjoys second chance after nearly skipping 2016 WSOP Fiorvanti: Benger and Will Kassouf discuss the hand of the 2016 WSOP main eventSeat 9Career tournament earnings: $1,365,205 Career WSOP earnings: $127,343 Fiorvanti: Jerry Wong keeps it low-key on path to WSOP November NineSeat 3Career tournament earnings: $14,091 Career WSOP earnings: $0 Lee: Fernando Pons enjoying Moneymaker-esque journey to WSOP November Nine Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '