On The Fly: Cancer Relapse For Jerry Remy

Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy has been diagnosed with a relapse of lung cancer. He made the announcement Monday on Twitter. Remy, 64, plans to continue working as a color analyst this season, his 30th year in the broadcast booth. He has broadcast nearly 4,000 Red Sox games since 1988. Remy was originally diagnosed with lung cancer in 2008 and had a first relapse in 2013.

Forget for a moment that the snow is piled above your knees. Think of yourself on a lush golf course, doing miraculous things like Ethan Tracy did Sunday at the Club Colombia Championship in Bogota, Columbia. Tracy won his first Web.com Tour title, first by holing out with a wedge from 101 yards for eagle on the 18th to get into a playoff and then beating Roberto Diaz with a 20-foot birdie putt on the par 5 on the second extra hole.

Charles Oakley is still banned from Madison Square Garden. But on Monday, there was a report that momentum toward a resolution between Oakley and Knicks owner James Dolan was building, sources telling ESPN there is a desire on both sides to resolve their differences.

Derek Jeter and his wife, Hannah, are expecting their first child. The couple announced they are having a girl. The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model made it official Monday in an essay on her husband's Player's Tribune website. She says Jeter already has a name picked out. … UConn third baseman Willy Yahn played the entire summer on the Cape with a broken hand. This weekend, he broke it again, hit by a fastball from his hardest throwing teammate, Wills Montgomerie. Yahn, a .328 career hitter, will be out about a month, coach Jim Penders said. … The New York Giants have released receiver Victor Cruz and running back Rashad Jennings.

One of Jerry Sandusky's adult sons faces multiple charges of sexual offenses involving children, more than five years after the former Penn State assistant coach was first arrested. Court records filed Monday say Jeffrey S. Sandusky, 41, was charged with 14 counts, including criminal solicitation and corruption of minors. … Myles Garrett, the Texas A&M pass rusher who might end up the No. 1 pick in April's NFL draft, doesn't intend to be on hand in Philadelphia for the event. He's staying home in Arlington, Texas, with family and friends.

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