The Major League Baseball playoffs begin this week, starting Tuesday night with the American League wild-card game at Yankee Stadium.
NFL fans are a passionate bunch. Seeing a NFL fan vent after their team gives up an 80-yard touchdown on a botched defensive assignment in overtime is totally normal. But it's a little different when the fan venting about their team is the governor of the state of Texas, Greg Abbott. Show More Summary
A huge defensive breakdown by the Cowboys in overtime led to the Saints' first win of the season. Things looked bleak for the Saints heading into overtime Sunday night. First, Brandon Weeden led the Cowboys on a 90-plus yard two-minute drive to tie the game at 20. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres finished with a 42-54 record under interim manager Pat Murphy, which wasn't enough for him to secure the job on a full-time basis next year. The team announced on the final day of the regular season, per Dennis Lin...Show More Summary
Here are some of the markers of baseball’s long journey from early April to Sunday, from the year’s seven no-hitters (by six pitchers) to the 11 triples compiled by a 260-pound designated hitter.
All the New Orleans Saints needed was a field goal in regulation to win the Sunday night game against the Dallas Cowboys, but then a wild belly appeared! As the football ascended to the air, it was presumably distracted by this fan's stomach, causing it to hit the upright. Doink! Always prepare for the unexpected, like shirtless fans in field goal situations.
Brees throws 400th career touchdown pass in overtime Drew Brees threw his 400th career touchdown pass to C.J. Spiller in overtime to give the New Orleans Saints a 26-20 overtime victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night. On the second...Show More Summary
Two touchdowns on Sunday for Drew Brees made him the fifth quarterback in history to reach 400 touchdown passes. Drew Brees became the fifth quarterback in NFL history to reach 400 touchdown passes when he threw an 80-yard pass to C.J. Show More Summary
Facing a 4th-and-7 late in the fourth quarter and trailing by a touchdown, things were not looking good for the Dallas Cowboys. Things were looking even more bleak when Brandon Weeden appeared to overthrow Terrance Williams on the fourth-down...Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson is out of the Chase after a parts failure Sunday. Jimmie Johnson's 500th career Sprint Cup start was memorable for all the wrong reasons Sunday, as the six-time series champion suffered a surprising first round playoff...Show More Summary
It appears that Boston Red Sox fans are not the only ones who will miss Don Orsillo. On Sunday, after Boston ended its season with a 3-1 loss at Cleveland, players stepped out of the dugout and onto the field in order to salute the announcer, who was working his final game for NESN.Read full article >>
Ichiro Suzuki got a chance to experience life atop the mound on Sunday when the Miami Marlins let the veteran outfielder pitch
The Astros are too young to be well acquainted with failure, and their advancing to play a meaningful game in October against the Yankees is a testament to the ignorance of youth.
Have you ever heard someone complain about how NBA referees don't call travel on highlight dunks? Well, now you have evidence that they do. Sorry it had to be you Terrence Ross, but on the other hand, you didn't have to travel. Better luck next time.
This shouldn't happen. In the year 2015, it is perfectly acceptable for women to enter an NFL locker room to talk to NFL players so that they can write about NFL football games. An Indianapolis Colts usher apparently missed that memo,...Show More Summary
By striking out seven Padres in just three and two-thirds innings, Kershaw finished the season with a 16-7 record and a strikeout total of 301, a nice exclamation point for a pitcher who has already won three Cy Young Awards and a most valuable player trophy.
Cowboys running back injured on kickoff return Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar was helped off the field during Sunday night's game against the New Orleans Saints with a left leg injury. This story will be updated.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jamie McMurray tied for the final transfer position, but Earnhardt edged McMurray via tiebreaker. He may have required a tiebreaker to do so, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. advanced to the second round of NASCAR's playoffs...Show More Summary
Miguel Cabrera wins AL crown for fourth time in five years.
The Los Angeles Angels’ 2015 season came to an end Sunday, when they lost to the Texas Rangers, and they immediately turned their attention to the future in the aftermath. The first order of business for the offseason is to establish...Show More Summary