• PGA pro blasts Tiger Woods: This is all a pathetic money grab
    Golf
    New York Post2 hours ago

    PGA pro blasts Tiger Woods: This is all a pathetic money grab

    When it comes to Tiger Woods these days, everybody’s a critic. Just a week after Colin Montgomerie (zero career major titles) told Golf.com he wouldn’t trade his career for Woods’ (14 major titles), the No. 67 golfer in the world ripped into Woods during a SiriusXM radio interview. Pat Perez, who has spent 683 fewer weeks at No. 1 than Woods, went on the SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio show “Out of Bounds” and accused Woods of continuing to play only to keep his sponsorship deals. “He knows he can’t beat anybody,” Perez said. “He’s got this new corporation that he started, so he has to keep his name relevant to keep the corporation going. So he’s going to show up to a few events. He’s going to try to

  • Zach Britton ready to improve on near-perfect season
    Sports
    Yahoo Sports1 hour ago

    Zach Britton ready to improve on near-perfect season

    After a season in which he gave up four earned runs, three in April and one after that, a season that passed amid countless decisions and relentless attention to the next pitch and only the next pitch, Zach Britton went home to Texas, to his backyard, where, surrounded by friends and family, it occurred to him, that happened. The perfect season, or near enough to one to count, had come and gone. “They were asking me what I was thinking about,” Britton said of his friends.

  • Jameis Winston's elementary school appearance marred by misstep
    Sports
    Shutdown Corner5 hours ago

    Jameis Winston's elementary school appearance marred by misstep

    Since being drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, quarterback Jameis Winston has been making an effort to rehab his public image. After his career at Florida State was marred by a rape allegation, accusations of stealing crab legs from a supermarket and a one-game suspension for repeatedly yelling a