The Story-book Start Goes On: Trevor Story raised some eyebrows on Opening Day as he crushed two home runs—one of them a three-run homer—en route to an MLB record for the most home runs in his first three games. And the rookie Rockies shortstop has kept on slugging, hitting seven home runs through his first six games, good for another MLB record.

It's #NationalPetDay: So, naturally, here's our list of the best dog breeds to run with.

He's Like America on Ice: Chicago Blackhawks superstar winger Patrick Kane accepted the Art Ross Trophy on Sunday night as he became the first American-born player to score the most NHL goals in a single season. [CBS Sports]

What's Better Than Pocket Aces?: How 'bout three aces in the hole? That's the hand dealt by three golfers—Shane Lowry, Davis Love III and Louis Oosthuizen—at the 16th hole during the Masters, as each nailed a hole-in-one from a green where no golfer had aced a shot since 2012.


Watch Shane Lowry make the 16th hole-in-one on No. 16 in Masters history.

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Watch Davis Love III make the second hole-in-one of the day (so far) on No. 16.

Posted by Masters Tournament on Sunday, April 10, 2016

No One's Underestimating You, Roger Federer: The Swiss tennis champ is set to return to the court at the Monte Carlo Masters after sitting out the Miami Open with a stomach flu and undergoing surgery to repair a meniscus tear he suffered after playing Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open. "There are no easy draws in a Masters 1000, so I am not underestimating anyone. At the same time, I hope no one is underestimating me just because I've been hurt," he said. [ESPN]

Carry the Torch: Eleftherios Petrounias, a Greek world gymnastics champion, will be the first torchbearer for the 2016 Olympics torch relay, which starts on April 21 in (obviously) Olympia. [NBC Sports]