There was a good reason Jerry Royster wore a helmet during fisticuffs between the Braves and Padres: Each time a fight broke out, he was in the on-deck circle.
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Long Beach, California, native Matt Mills went from Air Jordans to Tony Lamas in making a transition from the basketball court to the horse reining arena.
Clint Bowyer threw a gutter ball in a South Point 400 promotional event Monday that was indicative of his NASCAR racing season lately.
CEO Chase Carey said Las Vegas remains a potential venue for a second F1 race in the United States, joining Austin, Texas, though Miami might have the inside track.
The 49-year-old, who will be among those inducted into the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame on Saturday at Red Rock Resort, grew up in Belfast during The Troubles.
Las Vegas resident J.D. Martin, 36 years old and in his 18th minor league season, hopes to make it back to the major leagues by throwing a knuckleball.
Jurgen Klopp said the support Liverpool was receiving from American soccer fans seemed to have increased exponentially since the Champions League victory this year.
The start of fall practice reminds longtime observers of the UNLV football program of when prison inmates played a significant role in training camp.
A’s prospect says running scenic Idaho highway in college taught him discipline, endurance that has served him well on minor league ladder.
Wayne Gretzky scored a goal during the Los Angeles Kings’ victory over the New York Rangers in the NHL’s first game played outdoors that attracted a grasshopper horde.
What seemed to them a small act of kindness helped the tennis-playing Bryan brothers shine a light on the darkest hour of a troubled Las Vegas youngster.
Many baseball stories emerged from Apollo 11’s historic journey to the moon, including a prophetic one about Gaylord Perry’s first career home run.
Prolific Bryan brothers hoping to help Las Vegas build another tennis following after demise of Tennis Channel Open in 2008.
Las Vegas entertainer Dennis Park butchered “O Canada” before the Las Vegas Posse’s home debut but was able to turn it into a positive thing.
Dodgeball players and officials at a Las Vegas tournament say the impact of “DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story” on growing the ancient pastime cannot be overestimated.