Aaron Boone’s anger began bubbling during an at-bat where Marwin Gonzalez was struck out looking at a breaking pitch.
This may not go over well.
Leandro Lo, a Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion, reportedly was shot dead in Brazil, which triggered reactions throughout combat sports.
Nick Faldo retired after 19 years as a golf broadcaster. Here's what his friends and colleagues had to say.
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NFL Media's Ian Rapoport indicated the 49ers won't do Jimmy Garoppolo any favors by cutting him early.
Hunt wants a new contract or a trade. Breaking it all down including the timing, his production in Cleveland and much much more:
It's still unclear why Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers fell out with his parents and two brothers, but the rift hasn't closed since Jordan Rodgers first revealed their estrangement in 2016.
Will Zalatoris opened up about why he parted ways with longtime caddie Ryan Goble in the middle of the Wyndham Championship.
Richard Seymour's Hall of Fame speech was fantastic, and he even took a playful jab at former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Steph Curry shakes former teammate Kent Bazemore to hit the game-winning shot at the Curry Camp.
The receiver-light Green Bay Packers may have themselves a major steal in fourth-round rookie Romeo Doubs.
"It's one of the worst moments I think we've seen of umpiring in any game that I've ever been a part of in baseball."
Fowler held on to his tenuous position to advance to next week's FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis.
On Saturday, Steph Curry was seen working with his son Canon on how to properly shoot a basketball.
Jarren Duran's issues in center field continued Sunday in another frustrating loss for the Red Sox.
The Dodgers are dominating baseball, and the players, coaching staff and front office must capitalize on a prime opportunity to win a World Series title.
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We know Pedro Martinez loves the Red Sox, but even he couldn't resist criticizing the franchise after its puzzling trade deadline transactions.
As Nick Kyrgios rambled through a lengthy list of people he wanted to thank Sunday after ending a three-year title drought by claiming the trophy at the site of his last triumph, the Citi Open, he made a mention of the match officials. Kyrgios extended the best stretch of his career and gave another performance that will make him someone to take seriously at the U.S. Open, saving the only break point he faced in the final along the way to a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Yoshihito Nishioka at the Citi Open. “I don’t care about what people say about my tennis, like, ‘Always disrespectful to the sport,’ all this, all that," said Kyrgios, the first man to win Washington's singles and doubles events in the same year.