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Oakland Athletics Rumors: Latest News Surrounding the A's

The Oakland A's record is disappointing two months in, so naturally, there's already chatter about the team trading stars. Stephen Vogt and Josh Reddick are in the top 20 in weighted runs created plus ( wRC +). Sonny Gray, Jesse Chavez...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell will not recuse himself from Tom Brady's DeflateGate suspension appeal

Roger Goodell told the NFLPA that he will not be removing himself from Tom Brady's suspension appeal, telling the union "My mind is open" with regard to the case. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell issued a letter denying the NFL Players Association's request that he recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady's suspension appeal. Show More Summary

The FIFA scandal is a ridiculous movie script

This is how Sepp Blatter ended up resigning from FIFA. It is the most unbelievable movie script ever made. So: This Swiss guy is named Sepp Blatter. He somewhat stereotypically got his start at a watch company, and then turned his sights...Show More Summary

Famous lawyer suing Celtics arena because he slipped on a puddle in 2012

... shoulda restocked those paper towels, guys. Alan Dershowitz is a retired Harvard professor and one of the most famous lawyers on the planet. Alan Dershowitz is also the plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging that there weren't enough paper...Show More Summary

NL All-Star Game vote updated, Bryce Harper leading

Bryce Harper is leading the NL in basically everything, including All-Star votes. The National League vote for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game was updated for the second time, and somehow, no Royals players are leading at any position. Yeah,...Show More Summary

French Open results 2015: Roger Federer falls, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga survives epic against Kei Nishikori

Half of the men's and women's semifinals at the 2015 French Open are set. They may not be shaping up quite how you expected. Roger Federer fell to Stanislas Wawrinka on Tuesday at the French Open, marking the second day in a row that a No. Show More Summary

5 ideas for Sepp Blatter's next corrupt job

Sepp Blatter's done at FIFA! What could be next? 1. Corrupt Train Conductor 2. Corrupt Gardener 3. Corrupt Monopoly Man 4. Wall Street Businessman (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Getty Images) 5. Corrupt Friday's Server

Bob Ley celebrates Sepp Blatter's resignation with a 'Wire' quote on ESPN

Bob Ley quotes Omar Little from the Wire "Come at the king, you best not miss" http://t.co/Faze5eMQFR https://t.co/Gmx7tebKcq — gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 2, 2015 Bob Ley has become the Jon Stewart or John Oliver of ESPN's FIFA coverage, LITERALLY SHREDDING soccer's global governing body and anyone in the general vicinity of corruption. Show More Summary

Sepp Blatter resigned from FIFA. Why now and what's next?

What just happened? What does the future hold for FIFA? We have some educated guesses. Sepp Blatter shocked the world on Tuesday, abruptly resigning as FIFA president after winning re-election on Friday. During his victory speech, Blatter vowed to clean up FIFA and take every step necessary to reform the organization. Show More Summary

Dodgers adjust roster before doubleheader with Rockies

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Dodgers outfielder Scott Van Slyke was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday morning before the first game of a doubleheader against the Colorado Rockies.

Cashner Records Odd Stat Line, Striking out 12 in Fewer Than 5 Innings

San Diego Padres pitcher Andrew Cashner recorded an unusual stat line in Monday's 7-0 loss to the New York Mets, becoming the first pitcher in the modern era (since 1900) to allow 10 or more hits while striking out 10 or more batters...Show More Summary

FIFA's next president, as decided by the Internet

According to the Internet, Sepp Blatter will be replaced by Air Bud. Where does FIFA go after Sepp Blatter's resignation? Well, of course an election has to occur, which sounds like it will in the fall: New FIFA presidential election...Show More Summary

The NBA would be way better if it adopted rules from tennis

If you've been watching the French Open and the thought's crossed your mind that the NBA could be significantly improved if it stole a few ideas from tennis, well, you're not alone. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTu...

Nats Journal: Doug Fister on his forearm tightness: ‘It’s pretty much subsided completely’

Doug Fister still has many hurdles to clear before he can return to the mound for the Nationals but, so far, he is encouraged by his progress. He threw 20-25 fastballs in a light bullpen session on Monday, his first since landing on the disabled list on May 15 with a strained right flexor muscle. Fister said “everything was good so onward we go.”Read full article >>

Dodgers vs. Rockies Live Blog: Instant Updates and Analysis

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies play the first game of a doubleheader—making up for one that was postponed on May 9—at 3:10 p.m. ET Tuesday at Coors Field. Juan Nicasio (1-1, 1.29 ERA) makes his first start of the season...Show More Summary

MLB Draft 2015: Latest Predictions and Assessments for Top Baseball Prospects

The ignored sibling of sports selection processes, the MLB amateur draft doesn't receive all-out fanfare due to its unpredictability. More than any other major sport, superstars are snagged in late rounds while top picks fizzle spectacularly. Show More Summary

Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are still by themselves

There will be others, but for now, they're in a very private conversation. Wake up. Pour coffee. Type "Bryce Harper and Mike Trout:". Think for a minute. Put a word or several words after the colon. Think for another minute. Or, who am kidding, just start typing. Show More Summary

Iowa State is still one of the country's best teams without Fred Hoiberg

Hoiberg is leaving behind a roster that should still compete for a Final Four this season. Fred Hoiberg's impact on Iowa State basketball extended beyond easy metrics like wins and losses, NCAA Tournament appearances and the steady annual supply of impact transfers he brought to Ames. Show More Summary

Steve Williams recalls ‘sickening click of bones’ in Tiger Woods’ knee at 2008 U.S. Open win

Steve Williams is back — on the bag for Adam Scott, and talking about Tiger Woods, who he says completed the "most heroic" thing he'd ever seen in golf at that famous Torrey Pines U.S. Open. Tiger Woods is returning to competition at...Show More Summary

Sepp Blatter resigns as president of FIFA

Sepp Blatter is standing down after 16 years. Sepp Blatter has announced that he will stand down as president of FIFA, amid the ongoing corruption scandal. In a press conference held on Tuesday, the 79-year-old called for an extraordinary congress to elect his successor. Show More Summary

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