Some of the sports stories The Associated Press is covering Tuesday. A full Sports Digest will be sent at about 3 p.m. EDT:
– MIAMI – Anthony Bosch, the owner of a now-defunct Florida clinic, is charged with conspiracy to distribute steroids, more than a year after he was accused of providing banned drugs to major leaguers.
– LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Top-ranked Rory McIlroy goes for his third straight victory when the PGA Championship begins Thursday. It’s still unclear if Tiger Woods’ back injury will allow him to play.
– BALTIMORE – Michael Phelps, linked with Speedo throughout his career, now has a deal with Aqua Sphere, a company that will be designing its first racing suit.
– IRVINE, Calif. – Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin is joined by Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Katie Ledecky, Nathan Adrian and Natalie Coughlin at the five-day U.S. nationals starting Wednesday.
– NEW YORK – David Price, the 2012 AL Cy Young Award winner, faces the New York Yankees in his first start for Detroit since joining the Tigers in a three-team trade last week. Game starts 7:05 p.m.
– LOS ANGELES – Clayton Kershaw goes for his 11th victory in 12 starts when the NL-leading Dodgers host Hector Santiago and the Angels in the second game of the Freeway Series. Game starts 10 p.m.
– The U.S. national team trims its roster to 16 players for the World Cup of Basketball by cutting Washington’s John Wall and Bradley Beal and Atlanta’s Paul Millsap.
– MUNICH – The bribery case against Bernie Ecclestone is dropped after the Formula One chief agrees to make a $100 million payment, ending a trial that lasted more than three months.
– College football previews on the Big Ten and Atlantic Coast Conference.
– PORTLAND, Ore. – The MLS players will have had all of two practices before facing Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich in the All-Star game Wednesday night.