Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Sunday. A full Sports Digest will be sent by about 3 p.m. A separate Olympic Digest has been sent. All times EDT:- NEW YORK -- The New York Yankees have called an 11 a.m. news conference with slumping star Alex Rodriguez. The team hasnt said what announcement will be made at Yankee Stadium concerning the 41-year-old designated hitter, who rarely plays anymore.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- The heavily favored U.S. womens team leads the field at Olympic gymnastics qualifying. Three-time world champion Simone Biles, defending Olympic champion Gabby Douglas and three-time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman will do the all-around for the U.S.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- Michael Phelps is expected to make his Rio debut in the mens 4x100-meter freestyle relay, while Katie Ledecky goes for her first individual gold of these games as a big favorite in the 400 free.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- The U.S. womens basketball team starts its run for a sixth consecutive Olympic gold medal against Senegal.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- China hopes to get started on a gold-medal sweep in diving when three-time defending champion Wu Minxia and partner She Tingmao compete in the womens 3-meter springboard final.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- The United States men face Canada in volleyball and defending champion Russia follows against Cuba before the Iranian men make their Olympic debut.- RIO DE JANEIRO -- All the stars are coming out for Day 2 of the Olympic tennis tournament, from No. 1 seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams, to 2008 gold medalist Andy Murray, 2012 gold medalist Andy Murray and more.- CANTON, Ohio -- One night after Lambeau Field came to Ohio to support Brett Favre, the team that plays there, the Green Bay Packers, faces off with the Indianapolis Colts in the Hall of Fame game that opens the NFLs preseason. By Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner. Kickoff at 8:05 p.m.- DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies host the Florida Marlins, with Ichiro Suzuki pursuing his 3,000th hit. The 42-year-old Japanese star, who got his 2,999th career hit Saturday night, is in line to become the 30th player to get 3,000 hits in the major leagues. Game begins 4:10 p.m.- WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. -- Carl Edwards starts from the pole as he chases his first Sprint Cup win at Watkins Glen International. Race starts 2:30 p.m.- CROMWELL, Conn. -- Twenty-three-year-old Patrick Berger takes a three-shot lead into the final round of the Travelers Championship, looking for his second PGA Tour victory.- JOHANNESBURG -- Oscar Pistorius was treated for minor wrist injuries at a hospital and has been returned to a South African jail where the former Olympian is serving a six-year sentence for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, prison officials say. Adidas NMD R2 Nere . 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France also turned in a strong performance in the other Group A match, scoring two second-half goals within four minutes to win 3-1 against Ghana. Spain opened the scoring when Deulofeu fires a shot across the goal mouth and Jese volleyed the ball into the net in the fifth minute. Deulofeu, who plays for Barcelona, received the ball outside the area, sidestepped a defender and sent a blistering shot just beyond goalkeeper Cody Cropper to make it 2-0 in the 42nd. The European champions caught the defence sleeping two minutes later. Javier Manquillo made a great run, passed to Jese, who was lurking in the area, and the Real Madrid striker scored his second goal just before halftime. "We are happy for our team," Spain coach Julen Lopetegiu said. "In the first half, we had problems with the American pressure. But we tried to run behind the defenders and we had the chance to score goals." Spain seemed to content to sit back for much of the second half, but again its counterattack paid dividends. Deulofeu received a long ball, got around Cropper and scored his second. The Americans pulled one back when Luis Gil, who plays for Real Salt Lake, scored from just outside the area in the 77th. U.S. coach Tab Ramos defended his decision to press Spain, insisting he didnt want to "defend on our side of the field and lose." "Its difficult to press Spain for 90 minutes. I thought we did a pretty good job of that," he said. "What happens when you press, the press gets broken and you are vulnerable in the back. When you have players like Jese and Deulofeu -- such great players, the timing of their runs is excellent. Sometimes great players will win the game regardless of what you do." France, which lost to Spain in the semifinals of the Under-19 European Championship, showed it has the attack to go far in the tournament. After Ghana missed several early chances, France dominated the Group A encounter for much of the second period. The French hit the post in the 51st minute before Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia put the team ahead with a header in the 65th. Three minutes later, Kondogbia chipped a nifty pass into the area for Auxerre striker Yaya Sanogo to shoot between the legs of goalkeeper Eric Antwi. France forward Jean Christophe Bahebeck scored a third in 779th, before Ghana substitute Yiadom Boakye pulled one back in the 85th.dddddddddddd "Today, we were lacking a lot of things. We had a very average game but in the end we won 3-1," France coach Pierre Mankowski said. "So I told the boys it was important to win because it was the first game. Clearly we can enhance our game, and in fact we have to be stronger for the next games." Mankowski was full of praise for Kondogbia and Sanogo for wreaking havoc on Ghanas defence, using their size and quickness to outflank the smaller defenders and to get to loose balls in the area. Sanogo has shown the most improvement since he spent a year playing for Sevilla, Mankowski said. "Now he understands the right moment to try and score, the moments to make a difference," Mankowski said. "When he is good on the pitch, the team is good." Ghana coach Sellas Tetteh, who managed his side to the 2009 title, blamed the loss on several defensive lapses and missed chances when his team dominated in the first 20 minutes. "Its not good that we lost but I believe there were a few things there we could take home," he said. "We had a wonderful first half, but we were a little bit sloppy midway in the second. We also conceded that early goal. That created a lot of problems for us. We finished the game stronger and that is positive." Security has been stepped up at all seven sites following weeks of sometimes violent protests after riot police cracked down on environmental activists who opposed plans to remove trees and develop Gezi Park in Istanbul. But the protests this week have given way to peaceful resistance, and there were no signs of protesters Friday at the Ali Sami Yen Arena. Instead, the problem was a lack of spectators. The France-Ghana match only attracted 2,800 fans, leaving much of the 50,000-seat stadium empty. That confirmed FIFAs fears ahead of the tournament that tickets were selling too slowly, with only 300,000 of the 1.3 million tickets sold. South Korea came from a goal down to beat tournament newcomer Cuba 2-1 in the Group B opener. Reyes opened the scoring for Cuba in the seventh minute, only for the Asian champions to score twice in the second half. Kwon Chang-hoon scored a penalty in the 51st, and Rey Seung-woo hit the winner in the 83rd. 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