It started as an online plea on YouTube, with Coral Gables (Fla.) Archbishop Carroll High senior Nicole Muxo recording an elaborate video asking Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade to take her to the prom. Continue reading →
2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The stories that stood out in the world of sports
Year in Review 2012: Scandalous Behavior
Controversy rocked some of the world's largest institutions—from the military and the NFL to the Secret Service and the BBC. Some seemingly untouchable pillars of their profession were tarnished by the scandals of 2012.
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- Sergio Garcia crossed line with 'fried chicken' comment about Tiger Woods
COMMENTARY | Sergio Garcia crossed a line on Monday he never should have toed.
- San Francisco wins bid for Super Bowl L
As expected, the 49ers' new stadium will host the NFL's championship in 2016.
- USGA, R&A announce ban of anchored putters starting in 2016
Last month, Adam Scott won The Masters with some of the most dramatic putting in golf history. And after Jan. 1, 2016, he won't be able to duplicate the feat. The USGA and the R&A, golf's two governing bodies, have … Continue reading →
- Eric Spoto benches 722 pounds
You lift, bro? Yeah? You don't lift as much as Eric Spoto, who claims to have set a world record by raw-benching 722 pounds. This video, taken on Sunday, actually shows the third of Spoto's three lifts, two of which … Continue reading →
- Mass. Little Leaguer banned from pitching following debate that he throws with ‘too much power’
Little League is an a sports association of inclusion, with teams finding ways to accommodate those who might not play elsewhere. There’s even an entire division for players who are mobility impaired. Yet a Little League in Massachusetts has taken a hard line against one 12-year-old, and not because of anything he’s lacking. Rather, he’s just too good on the mound … or at least “too strong.” Continue reading →
- Spitball! Alex Sanabia of Miami Marlins slobbers on ball, in plain view, after Domonic Brown homer
A funny thing happened after Alex Sanabia of the Miami Marlins allowed a home run to Domonic Brown of the Philadelphia Phillies in the second inning Monday night: He didn't allow any more runs over his 6 1/3 innings of … Continue reading →
- Wife douses husband with beer in Wrigley Field bleachers after he tries to protect her from homer
It started with a chivalrous act gone wrong, was followed by a beer bath and ended with a high-five. A couple caught the attention of baseball fans at Wrigley Field on Sunday and the ones watching at home on TV. … Continue reading →