Alex Verdugo ropes a solo home run to right field to reduce the lead to 4-2 in the top of the 5th inning
The NBA determined two incidents from Game 2 of the Lakers' playoff series against the Houston Rockets deserved further discipline, both involving Anthony Davis.
Last month at the PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka used a post-round interview to seemingly take a shot at Dustin Johnson, a golfer he once considered a close friend. Koepka, who was in the hunt for the lead at the time - the tournament was ...
Novak Djokovic apologised after being defaulted from the US Open for accidentally hitting a line judge with a ball struck in annoyance. The top seed and 17-time grand slam champion had just dropped serve to trail Spanish opponent Pablo Carreno Busta 6-5 in the opening set of their fourth-round match on Arthur Ashe Stadium when the incident occurred. How the incident unfolded Djokovic, who had missed three set points at 5-4 before hurting his shoulder in a fall, hit a ball behind him without looking that struck a female line judge in the throat. The line judge collapsed to the court and could be heard gasping for air as Djokovic rushed over to check on her condition. Djokovic pleaded his case during lengthy discussions with tournament referee Soeren Friemel and grand slam supervisor Andreas Egli, but the officials' mind was made up.
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World No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic was disqualified in the U.S. Open on Sunday in rare fashion.
One of the reasons the Phillies brought Joe Girardi here was to make tough decisions like on Labor Day, when he told one of his best players his day was over earlier than expected. By Jim Salisbury
Detroit Lions' Jeff Okudah, the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL draft, isn't listed as a starter on the first depth chart of the season.
Getting released three years after going fourth overall in the draft generally isn't seen as a good thing, but Leonard Fournette doesn't seem to be looking at his departure from Jacksonville that way. Fournette was released by the Jaguars last week and didn't have to wait long before landing a contract to join the Buccaneers. [more]
Free Press special writer Bill Dow continues his "where are they now" series with former Major League Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent.
DETROIT (AP) -- The Milwaukee Brewers released first baseman Justin Smoak on Tuesday after designating him for assignment last week.
It's never too early in the season to make a few speculative pickups. Let's enhance those fantasy rosters with a collection of opening week adds.
The Sixers need to fix their team, and fast - could a trade for a proven playmaker be the right move? By Adam Hermann
Nick Foles will begin the 2020 NFL season as the Bears' backup, but it sounds like he's handling the decision pretty well. By Adam Hermann