Get ready for the junior welterweight title showdown in Las Vegas
While Chapman is expected to be dealt, Andrew Miller will reportedly remain in New York
Giancarlo Stanton had four hits, including a scoreboard smashing homer, in Saturday night's win
Shevchenko took a unanimous decision on Saturday, moving up the women's bantamweight rankings
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two nephews of Venezuela's first lady, who face charges of conspiring to import cocaine into the United States, confessed to U.S. agents after being arrested in November to being involved in the drug scheme, newly-filed court records state. Details of the confessions by Franqui Francisco Flores de Freitas, 30, and Efrain Antonio Campo Flores, 29, were contained in documents U.S. prosecutors filed late on Friday in a Manhattan federal court. The papers include summaries of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration interviews conducted on a Nov. 10 flight to New York from Haiti, where authorities had arrested the two nephews of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's wife, Cilia Flores.