Chapman cards nine birdies in third-round 66 More »Chapman cards nine birdies in third-round 66
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- The New York Yankees have put outfielder Curtis Granderson on the 15-day disabled list with a broken knuckle on his left pinky finger and recalled outfielder Brennan Boesch from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. More »Granderson put on disabled list - again
Davey Johnson is sticking with the same lineup that beat the Phillies last night, hoping it can work some more magic. Get live updates and analysis on Nats Insider. More »Nats sticking with same lineup vs. Phillies
COMMENTARY | One of the highlights of the Slammiversary pay-per-view in June is the announcement of the next inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame. In 2012, Sting became the first inductee. Assuming TNA continues to induct one wrestler per year, who should earn this prestigious honor in 2013? More »Who Should Be the 2013 Inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame?
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan told the Washington Post he expects safety Brandon Meriweather to be ready for training camp. Meriweather is working his way back from the torn ACL he suffered in Week 11 last season. More »Brandon Meriweather injury: Redskins' safety will be 'fine' for training camp, says Mike Shanahan
Perry and Cochran thrive on Kentucky comfort More »Perry and Cochran thrive on Kentucky comfort
May 25 (Reuters) - Flyhalf Morne Steyn booted South African conference leaders the Bulls to a narrow 18-16 win over the Sharks in an attritional Super Rugby game in Durban on Saturday. It was a sixth successive win for the Bulls, who are now just two points off the overall leadership of the competition with a game in hand on leaders the Waikato Chiefs. ... More »Rugby-Steyn kicks Bulls to sixth successive win
Freddy Galvis, who will make his sixth straight start, is batting in the two-hole for the Phillies against the Nationals on Saturday. More »Tonight's Lineup: Galvis bats 2nd, Revere 8th
New Orleans Pelicans point guard Greivis Vasquez underwent surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle on Saturday, Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today reports. The team said he will begin rehabilitation on the injury immediately.For more Pelicans coverage, visit At The Hive More »Greivis Vasquez injury: Pelicans guard underwent ankle surgery
LONDON, May 25 (Reuters) - Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer came to Bayern Munich's rescue to keep the score goalless at halftime in the Champions League final against fellow Germans Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. Neuer turned over a dipping strike by Robert Lewandowski, stopped a Jakub Blaszczykowski shot with his legs, blocked Sven Bender's snapshot and a Marco Reus effort as treble-chasing Bayern wobbled. Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller was also called into action, tipping a Mario Mandzukic header on to the crossbar in the 27th minute. ... More »Soccer-Goalkeepers keep final scoreless at halftime
Late in the fourth quarter of the Pacers’ Game 2 win over the Heat, Dwyane Wade elevates to try to get past Lance Stephenson just after he crosses half court. It appeared as though Wade was simply trying to hustle to get into defensive position, and had no intention of making any malicious contact. But… More »Dwyane Wade delivers an elbow to the head of Lance Stephenson in Game 2 (VIDEO)
NASCAR chairman Brian France does not want to move the October Chase race from Charlotte Motor Speedway to Las Vegas. More »NASCAR chair not in favor of moving Chase race to Las Vegas
Approximately 35 runners that were unable to complete the 2013 Boston Marathon due to the horrific bombings near the start/finish line will complete the distance on Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before the beginning of the 97th Indianapolis 500. Boston Marathon participants from Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois and Michigan will run about half a… More »Boston Marathon runners to finish race Sunday before Indy 500
By Justin Palmer LEEDS, England, May 25 (Reuters) - Proud sons of Yorkshire have served England well with the bat in 136 years of test cricket and Headingley rose as one on Saturday to acclaim a new home-grown hero in centurion Joe Root. The likes of Herbert Sutcliffe, Leonard Hutton, Geoffrey Boycott and Michael Vaughan have batted with distinction for England. Sutcliffe and Hutton's run-scoring feats have never been forgotten by proud Yorkshire folk despite fading in the mists of time since they made hay in the first half of the 20th century. ... More »Cricket-Root comes of age for England in familiar surroundings
From the “Who Doesn’t Belong and Whhhhhhyyyyyyy?” file, Pop Warner football will honor on Saturday night the Patriots, Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, former Patriots TE Ben Coates, Redskins RB Alfred Morris, and Nancy Kerrigan. The Bills’ new defense is designed to create confusion. (Unlike the team’s recent defenses, the confusion ideally will be experienced by… More »Saturday one-liners
By Steve Keating INDIANAPOLIS, May 25 (Reuters) - While Formula One flirts with the idea of a female driver, girl power is already as much a part of the Indianapolis 500 as turbo-charged engines and the winner chugging cold milk in Victory Lane. Swiss Simona de Silvestro, Brazilian Ana Beatriz and Britons Pippa Mann and Katherine Legge represent the four women who will take the command to start their engines alongside 29 men at the famed Brickyard for Sunday's race. ... More »Motor racing-Girl power no longer a novelty at Indy 500
* Ludogorets beat Montana 3-0 in dramatic season finale * Rivals Levski held 1-1 by Slavia after bizarre own goal * Levski chief to resign, another official collapses By Angel Krasimirov SOFIA, May 25 (Reuters) - Ludogorets won their second straight Bulgarian league title with a 3-0 win at relegated Montana on Saturday as their main rivals Levski Sofia were held at home after scoring a bizarre own goal in a dramatic season finale. ... More »Soccer-Ludogorets clinch Bulgarian title after Levski own goal
Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel figured his team's Eastern Conference Finals series against the Miami Heat would feature plenty of high tension and physical play. After two hard fought games, that has proven to be the case, highlighted by Dwyane Wade's flying elbow to Lance Stephenson with just over four minutes to play in the Pacers' 97-93 Game 2 victory. More »Frank Vogel on Dwyane Wade's elbowing: 'We're going to get hit'
May 25 (Reuters) - Collated results and standings afterRound 15 of Super Rugby matches On Saturday: Waikato Chiefs 28 Canterbury Crusaders 19 Melbourne Rebels 24 NSW Waratahs 22 Auckland Blues 13 ACT Brumbies 20 Western Force 19 Otago Highlanders 18 Southern Kings 22 Cheetahs 34 Stormers 20 Queensland Reds 15 Sharks 16 Bulls 18 Bye: Wellington Hurricanes --- Overall standings P W D L B F A BPs Pts Waikato Chiefs (NZ) 13 10 0 3 1 383 283 8 52 Bulls (SA) 12 9 0 3 2 337 238 6 50 ACT Brumbies (AU) 13 8 2 3 2 346 234 6 50 - - Cheetahs (SA) 13 9 0 4 1 320 287 5 45 Queensland Reds (AU) 14 8 2 4 1 274 ... More »Rugby-Super rugby results and standings
Desperation calls for tinkering. More »Blackhawks load up their top line for Game 5
John Lackey appears to be back to form after getting Tommy John Surgery last year. In fact, Bob Neumeier of The Baseball Show said he's been the story of the season. More »Neumeier: 'Lackey is the No. 1 story of the season'