Pete Alonso somehow gave a teammate a strike while on base.
"He's been a great friend," DeChambeau said of Woods.
Umpire Reggie Drummer apologized for his "lack of judgment" when calling a strike to end the game between Mississippi Valley State and New Orleans earlier this month.
The Celtics blew out the Bucks, then Thanasis got into it with Blake.
The weirdest Final Four in recent memory will feature no former McDonald's All-Americans and only a few potential draft picks.
"He plays the right way and has a 3-point game that translates," one NBA scout told Yahoo Sports. "With all the scrutiny he faces, he seems like a good kid and someone players like playing with."
For all of the protestations and outrage at the assertion, there are at least two Boston institutions seemingly doing their best to uphold that reputation: the city's two sports radio stations.
Kim Mulkey was largely quiet about Brittney Griner’s arrest and detainment in Russia despite them winning a national title together at Baylor.
It’s so easy to put the Dallas Mavericks’ struggles on Kyrie Irving. Irresistible, even.
The Browns owners potentially warped a significant part of the NFL business model. It’s going to be important that they have something to show for it — quickly.
Anthony Richardson had a little fun during his Pro Day.
There are several players representing blue-blood programs, but it was a couple players outside of the top-ranked prospects who impressed scouts the most.
The Yankees have a problem, but it's also a humblebrag.
It's never too early to improve your fantasy baseball team. Andy Behrens reveals 12 players who were under-drafted and are worth adding now.
Evan Berofsky's latest waiver pickups includes forward Alex Killorn who's on pace to record his first 60-plus-point campaign.
Just after No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast took down No. 5 Washington State, the Rockets upset the Cyclones.
Felton Spencer played in the league for 12 seasons before he retired in 2002.
Calais Campbell had interest from a number of teams, including the Lions, Bills and Ravens. Instead, he chose the Falcons.
The bout ended at 2:04 of the first round and gave Jones his second weight class championship.
It didn’t matter that Houston had to play a virtual road game with injuries. The Cougars refused to become the latest upset victim in this year’s unpredictable NCAA men's tournament.