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.
"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.
Pete Alonso somehow gave a teammate a strike while on base.
Each week during the 2022-23 NBA season, we will take a deeper dive into some of the league’s biggest storylines in an attempt to determine whether the trends are based more in fact or fiction moving forward.
The weirdest Final Four in recent memory will feature no former McDonald's All-Americans and only a few potential draft picks.
The Cowboys chose to let Elliott see his market firsthand, and even as they insist a reunion is plausible, it's more likely they'll go with a younger, fresher and cheaper player.
Kim Mulkey was largely quiet about Brittney Griner’s arrest and detainment in Russia despite them winning a national title together at Baylor.
Scott Pianowski highlights a little known player to consider adding in fantasy — a player who might be the first stolen-base-specific pickup of 2023.
Grant McCasland and North Texas beat UAB on Thursday night to win the NIT championship.
"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."
Davis is the No. 3 QB in his class and the No. 10 player overall.
Fantasy football analyst Matt Harmon breaks down the players and teams who just didn't catch a break in the early months of the NFL offseason.
It’s so easy to put the Dallas Mavericks’ struggles on Kyrie Irving. Irresistible, even.
It appears that in addressing the team's QB question, general manager Scott Fitterer gave up a lot, but at least a solution is in sight after four years of ambiguity and stop-gap choices.
The Yankees have a problem, but it's also a humblebrag.
After making its first Final Four in school history, the time is right for San Diego State to get poached by a major conference.
The first Final Four game is No. 1 seed Virginia Tech (31-4) vs. No. 3 LSU (32-2) at 7 p.m. ET Friday on ESPN.
Monika Czinano said the plan against South Carolina is to do what they’ve always done: step into their roles and be themselves.
Charles McDonald checks in with his post-free agency (sort of) mock draft. Wait until you see the dice roll the Colts take at No. 4.