Osaka’s US Open Win Re-opens Identity Discussion in Japan
Naomi Osaka U.S Open win has open a door how some children from mixed race families in Japan often get bullied and demeaned due to that they aren't fully Japanese.
Gretzky: NHL Players in Olympics ‘Much Better for Everyone’
Gretzky says Olympic ice hockey would still be exciting without the NHL players, But, If we can send the best players in the game it's always much better for everyone.
Andy Dalton Throws 4 TD Passes, Bengals Beat Ravens 34-23
Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes in the first half — three to A.J. Green — and the Cincinnati Bengals held on for a 34-23 victory over Baltimore.
Seahawks to Sign Mychal Kendricks
Rumor has it that former Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks to help filled the void of KJ Wright.
Mariners’ Paxton, Hernandez Will Miss Starts vs. Anaheim
The Seattle Mariners will be missing a couple of pitcher on this road trip with James Paxton and Felix Hernandez out due to pneumonia and hamstring tightness.
WSU: Jason Gesser Harassment Probe Found No Violations
WSU's President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Pat Chun stated there was an investigation on allegations of sexual harassment against staff member Jason Gesser,
US Davis Cup Players Try to Stay Out of Williams Controversy
United States' Davis Cup team captain Jim Courier said there was nothing to discuss with his team over Ramos. "Ramos was just enforcing the rules as he sees them."
Humboldt Broncos Return to Ice 5 Months After Bus Crash
Five months after the team bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos, collided with a tractor trailer, killing 16 members of the Broncos. The Broncos return to the ice.
Hedges, Renfroe Homer, Padres Top Free-falling Mariners 5-4
The Seattle Mariners mounted a comeback in the late innings with home runs for Kyle Seager and Nelson Cruz. It wasn't to be as the Padres again held on for the win.
Stewart, Storm Surge Past Mystics 98-82 for WNBA Title
Brenna Stewart and Natasha Howard combined for 59 points to lead the Storm to their third WNBA title with a 98-82 victory over the Washington Mystics.