MLB Suspends Yanks’ Donaldson for 1 Game for ‘Jackie’ Remark
Major League Baseball suspended Josh Donaldson for one game Monday after the New York Yankees slugger made multiple references to Jackie Robinson while talking to White Sox star Tim Anderson during the weekend.
FIFA Takes on EA Sports Video Game in Soccer’s New Rivalry
LONDON (AP) — The name “FIFA” can bring to mind images of the World Cup and soccer’s greatest players, like Pele, Zinedine Zidane or Lionel Messi. The acronym for the sport’s governing body may also remind some of shameless bribery and corruption. For many, though, it’s the video game th...
Riding a Tricycle! Yelich Record-tying 3rd Cycle, Brews Fall
Christian Yelich hit for a record-tying third cycle — all of them against Cincinnati — but the Milwaukee Brewers’ rally fell short in the ninth inning in a 14-11 loss to the Reds.
Cabrera Could be the Last for a While to Reach 3,000 Hits
Miguel Cabrera reached the 3,000-hit mark on a weekend afternoon in front of an adoring crowd at his home ballpark. It was a moment worthy of the milestone. It could also be the last time it happens for a while. In an era of high strikeout totals and low batting averages, there aren't any other players who seem likely to reach 3,000 hits any time soon. In fact,...
Defending Champion Stanford Tops Texas 59-50 in Elite 8
Lexie Hull scored 20 points and Haley Jones added 18 points and defending national champion Stanford is headed back to the women’s Final Four after toppling No. 2 seed Texas 59-50.
NHL Unveiling New Logo for Stanley Cup Playoffs and Final
The NHL is unveiling a new logo for the Stanley Cup playoffs and Final that replaces the one used for the last 13 years.
The Sign Says; 2022 the Last for Storm’s Bird?
Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird says all signs are pointing toward the 2022 season being her last in the WNBA,
Mitchell had 32 Points, Lead the Jazz Over the Knicks.
Donovan Mitchell had 32 points, seven rebounds, and six assists to lead the Utah Jazz to a 113-104 victory over the New York Knicks.
UCLA Bruins are Back on the Court
The UCLA men's basketball team is back after a nearly two-week shutdown because of COVID-19. Now the fifth-ranked Bruins have an opponent to play.
NBA Virus Numbers Still Rising, Expanded Testing Begins
The NBA's virus numbers continue to rise. By Sunday evening, the number of players disclosed by teams as being in the protocols was up to 116. The real number, considering some teams had yet to update injury reports, was believed to be slightly higher...