Sergio Alcántara drills a solo home run to left-center field in his first Major-League at-bat, giving the Tigers a 2-0 lead in the 3rd
There are always surprises that happen at the cutdown deadline for each team. High profile free agents are signed, players are drafted and hyped up, and camp reports have everyone excited about players only to see them let go. 1. Swing tackle ...
The 53-man gets juggled a day after being set for the first time. We break down what kind of player Dallas is adding in Malik Turner.
Serena Williams battled into the US Open last 16 Saturday as the tournament endured fresh controversy after New York health officials ordered the women's top doubles pairing be withdrawn over coronavirus restrictions.
Bob Baffert endured the lowest of lows and highest of highs within minutes in the Kentucky Derby. Then Baffert found himself down again, literally, getting knocked to the grass by a skittish Authentic in the winner's circle.
Philadelphia Phillies star Bryce Harper was ejected for arguing with first base umpire Roberto Ortiz over a fair-foul call Saturday night in a game against the New York Mets. Phillies second baseman Neil Walker tried to restrain Harper, and Ortiz warned Philadelphia's $330 million slugger multiple times to stop before signaling his ejection. Harper then got in Ortiz's face and began yelling at the 35-year-old umpire - an apparent violation of Major League Baseball's safety protocols during this pandemic-shortened season.
The theory that NFL teams would go with three quarterbacks to start the pandemic-impacted season took a hit Saturday. Perhaps most noteworthy was Miami releasing Josh Rosen, a first-round selection by Arizona in 2018 who was dealt to the Dolphins last year after the Cardinals took Kyler Murray with the top overall selection. Rosen was behind veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and first-rounder Tua Tagovailoa on the depth chart.
Liz Loza, Matt Harmon, and Andy Behrens debate selecting a wide receiver over a running back in Round 1 of fantasy drafts.
Rory McIlroy hit the most relatable shot ever on Saturday after catching one a little fat from the rough at the Tour Championship.
Quack, quack. Smack. The career of quarterback Devlin "Duck" Hodges has flown into a window. The man who started six games as an undrafted rookie in 2019 has been released by the Steelers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com. The release of Hodges follows the return of Joshua Dobbs, who was claimed on waivers after [more]
Detroit Lions wanted to bring Jason Huntley back on practice squad after they cut him. Philadelphia Eagles had a different idea.
After an underwhelming competition in camp, the Bears have finally chosen their starting QB in Mitchell Trubisky. Here are my takeaways.
The Houston Rockets used a 16-3 run to start the fourth quarter against a new Lakers lineup to help secure the Game 1 win.
The New York Giants claimed three players off of waivers, including S Adrian Colbert, while LB Ryan Connelly is headed to Minnesota.
Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen looked good in camp until he didn't. Until tales of how good he looked couldn't be parlayed into a trade and Rosen, the 10th overall pick in the 2018 draft, was waived. "A lot of factors go into the decision-making, but we felt like even with that, this was the best [more]
From tee times to TV info, here's everything you need to know for the third round of the Tour Championship at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club.