Koepka on the course...Yankees could get Gregorius back soon...Rangers' Kelley has throat surgery

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FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Brooks Koepka (KEHP'-kuh) birdied his opening hole in each of the first two rounds of the PGA Championship en route to building a record 7-stroke lead. He didn't manage that feat in the third round, though he came close. The defending champion drove into the fairway at No. 1 and put his approach shot just under 7 feet from the pin. He missed that try and settled for a par. NEW YORK (AP) - Didi Gregorius is projected to return to the New York Yankees next month, a faster recovery from Tommy John surgery than expected. He is scheduled to play shortstop on Monday at extended spring training in Tampa, Florida. It will be his first game action since surgery Oct. 17 to replace

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