One of the unofficial traditions of baseball’s winter meetings is a sports writer from the host city informing readers that trades no longer are conducted in hotel lobbies but in posh hotel suites via cellphone.
On opening night at the NFR, Mason Clements drew a horse named Colorado Bulldog and rode him to a score of 86.5 points. He finished second in the go-round and earned $26,230.77.
Ohio State topped a 43-team field to win the Cliff Keen Invitational, which on Saturday marked its 37th year — making it one of Las Vegas’ longest-standing annual sporting events.
One of the world’s longest surviving heart transplant recipients, former UNLV soccer star Simon Keith is hospitalized in San Diego and facing a second transplant.
The Alliance of American Football held its inaugural quarterback draft at Luxor on Tuesday, the first step on the road to putting together a spring pro football league that will try to succeed where so many others have failed.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson raised $800,000 for charitable causes through side bets that, like Charles Barkley’s commentary, were supposed to make their $9 million golf match more interesting.
Just when you thought the $9 million, winner-take-all, made-for-pay TV golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson couldn’t get any more surreal it did.
Eric Wynalda showed a reporter a cellphone video he had recorded in the wee hours of Nov. 9. It showed a red fireball moving toward his home in the hills above Ventura County, California.
Founded in 1991, Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation has spared more than 40,000 cats and dogs and spawned a roster of related programs that have created awareness in the mission.
Cameron Champ trails co-leaders Bryson DeChambeau and Peter Uihlein by three shots heading into the final round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, but he’s the leader in the clubhouse as far as oohs and aahs for the way he strikes a golf ball.