With two of the best young players in baseball squaring off at Wrigley Field this week, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant sat down together for a wide-ranging pregame interview on ESPN.
Former New Orleans Saints receiver Joe Horn criticized NFL commissioner Roger Goodell during an interview posted Tuesday online, calling him “the devil.”
In a scene reminiscent of the football players who have inexplicably cost their teams touchdowns by casually dropping the ball a yard before they actually cross the goal line, Brewers outfielder Khris Davis was initially called out on a home run for not touching home plate in Monday’s game.
If this basketball thing doesn’t work out, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine could always try his hand at football.
Vin Scully — at age 87 and in his 66th season of calling Dodgers games — has still got it. Listen to the announcer tell a tale about the time 12-year-old Jonny Gomes was almost eaten by a wolf.
The Rockets star, who scored a career-high 45 points in Houston’s win over the Golden State Warriors, sank a full-court bomb a moment after time expired in the second quarter.
Flooding Monday night in Houston, Texas forced many of the people who attended the Houston Rockets’ NBA playoff game to stay at the Toyota Center arena because they could not get home. Including Rockets center Dwight Howard.
Denver Broncos cornerback Tevrin Brandon was hospitalized briefly after suffering minor injuries when he was struck by a car while crossing the street in Belmar, N.J., on Sunday.
The Chicago Bears released defensive end Ray McDonald after he was arrested on charges of domestic violence and child endangerment in Santa Clara, Calif., on Monday.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson plans to skip this week’s organized team activities and possibly send a message that he still wants to be traded.
Baltimore Orioles left-handed reliever Brian Matusz was suspended eight games by Major League Baseball on Monday for having a foreign substance on his arm during Saturday’s game.
Rooney, one of the members of the NFL’s International Committee, is optimistic the league will stage games in two more countries. He spent time during the recent owners meetings working on the expansion of the league’s global footprint.
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