• It doesn't take much to be ejected from a baseball game

    If you need proof of that, take a look at the transcript from Detroit Tigers outfielder J.D. Martinez’s ejection from Saturday. As far as we know, Martinez and umpire Mike Everitt haven’t secretly formed the next great comedy duo, though this exchange would make for one hell of a Vaudeville act. …

    Big League Stew37 mins ago
  • Pro wrestling’s nWo will manage indy league baseball team

    The club announced that for its game Friday against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, it will have three managers that fans of professional wrestling will most certainly recognize: Kevin Nash (aka Diesel), Scott Hall (aka Razor Ramon) and Sean Waltman (aka X-Pac).

    Big League Stew58 mins ago
  • Former Nevada coach Chris Ault weighs in on Colin Kaepernick

    JANUARY 09: Dontay Moch #55 and Colin Kaepernick #10 of the Nevada Wolf Pack hold up the trophy after they beat Boston College in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park on January 9, 2011 in San Francisco, California. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to stand during the national…

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  • Tiger Woods has club companies shipping their wares to his house

    Tiger Woods has a lot of golf clubs at his house. Tiger Woods hasn’t played competitive golf in more than a year, and, at a minimum, he won’t play again until October. The 14-time major champion has been a Nike Golf staffer for the bulk of his 20 years on the PGA Tour, and now he’s a man without…

    Devil Ball Golf
  • Rio gold-medalist Monica Puig falls in first round of US Open

    Just over two weeks ago, Monica Puig was the talk of the tennis world, as the world No. 35 tore through the Olympic women’s singles tournament to win Puerto Rico’s first-ever gold medal. Puig struggled on serve, winning just 45 percent of points on first serve and getting broken four times.

    Fourth-Place Medal
  • What would Jackie Robinson think about Colin Kaepernick’s protest?

    There are no simple answers in the Colin Kaepernick debate. Wrapped inside of Kaepernick’s protest — a refusal to stand for the National Anthem because he believes this country oppresses blacks and other minorities — is decades of sports context that has pushed its way to the surface. You…

    Big League Stew
  • Lawyer criticizes Miami's dismissal of LB Jermaine Grace

    SEPTEMBER 19: Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers is pressured by Jermaine Grace #5 of the Miami Hurricanes during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Grace and defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad were dismissed from the program for a violation…

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  • Panthers acquire Browns punter, who dogged it on touchdown return

    The Cleveland Browns traded punter Andy Lee to the Carolina Panthers, but this isn’t your everyday punter trade.

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  • Steven Adams and Andre Roberson officially want it that way

    You know how, during the late 1990s, everybody felt like the one thing the Backstreet Boys were really missing was a 7-foot mustachioed New Zealander who wasn’t, like, great at singing? Thunder teammate Andre Roberson accompanied Adams on his trip to New Zealand to host youth basketball camps, and…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Roundtable: What surprises are in store for 2016?

    Every week, the Dr. Saturday crew and Yahoo columnist Pat Forde will take a college football-related topic and discuss it in our roundtable. College football is an ever-changing thing and no matter how many predictions we throw out in the beginning of the year, there’s always a curveball that…

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  • Sand Knights? Las Vegas NHL team name mystery deepens

    Despite, you know, the NHL taking ad dollars from poker sites and being an equity investor in Draft Kings. Clark Rasmussen of DetroitHockey.net sniffed around last week and discovered that along with Nighthawks, Red Hawks and Desert Hawks, the team had secured domain rights to properties…

    Puck Daddy
  • Electronic clock nearly crushes tennis player at US Open

    In Monday’s first round, 10th-seeded Gael Monfils survived a scare from an unexpected source.

    Busted Racquet
  • Jim Harbaugh has a very interesting take on Colin Kaepernick's protest

    The Colin Kaepernick controversy has stirred up quite the discussion. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked about Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for the national anthem on Friday and his intention to continue doing so. Harbaugh then went all Age of Enlightenment on us, via ESPN.com.

    Shutdown Corner
  • Decision on Baylor WR Ish Zamora still pending

    Baylor coach Jim Grobe found himself backpedaling Monday afternoon after the Bears depth chart revealed wide receiver Ishmael Zamora was listed on the first team for Friday’s season opening game against Northwestern State. Zamora was filmed earlier this summer kicking and hitting his dog with a…

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  • Two sides of the Kaepernick coin: One NFL player understands his stance, one disagrees

    The torrent of opinions on Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to stand for the National Anthem as a silent protest to racial injustice in the United States has not yet begun to slow, and Monday we saw NFL players on both sides of the discussion weigh in. In Miami, Dolphins running back Arian Foster…

    Shutdown Corner
  • Alabama QB competition down to Cooper Bateman, Blake Barnett

    Nick Saban has not named a starting quarterback, but he did announce that the battle has been whittled down to two. The Alabama head coach told reporters Monday that redshirt junior Cooper Bateman and redshirt freshman Blake Barnett are still in the running heading into Saturday night’s game…

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