Injuries have been a major theme of the 2015 Nationals season. The Nationals have missed a combined 496 games between their injured players. Ryan Zimmerman and Jayson Werth are on the disabled list now. Anthony Rendon and Denard Span already spent time on it and have dealt with small nicks and bruises, too. Show More Summary
Per The Hollywood Reporter, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are combining on a movie that will be of some interest to American soccer fans. The American side of the FIFA scandal is getting the movie treatment with Ben Affleck among those bringing story to the big the screen. Capping off eight days of negotiations, Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Fresh off two of the best starts of his major league career, including the second no-hitter in Nationals history, Max Scherzer can reach another milestone Friday night in Philadelphia.When the Nationals begin a three-game series against the Phillies, Scherzer will take the mound a win shy of 100 in his career.Read full article >>
A person familiar with the situation says Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton has a broken left hand and is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks.
Immediately after the draft, the story was that Melo was pretty disappointed in the way the draft had gone for the Knicks. If his comments on Instagram are to be believed though, it's not Porzingis that he's disappointed in. .@carmeloanthony...Show More Summary
The time to reconsider some things is upon us. The Major League Baseball season is nearly three months old and is just shy of the halfway mark for games played. Through the 70-plus games already in the books for each team, there have...Show More Summary
Having trouble keeping up with all the top-tier prospects who have made an impact on MLB in 2015? Have no fear—the following slides will provide an update on the next group of youngsters making waves in the minor leagues. Headlined by...Show More Summary
Giancarlo Stanton's magnificence has been derailed by injury yet again. Giancarlo Stanton will reportedly miss four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his left hand against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Stanton was in the...Show More Summary
While Saturday usually features plenty of contest options for daily fantasy baseball players, you might want to make sure to get in early on June 27. With only four major league games starting after 7 p.m. ET and few quality options on the mound among those games, fantasy players will be better off playing either morning or all-day contests. Show More Summary
The 2015 Major League Baseball season now been going on for 12 whole weeks, and yet it keeps giving us fun and exciting things to talk about. How do we know this? Mainly because — duh and/or hello — it's baseball! But we also know there...Show More Summary
That and more in Saturday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. SOME DRAFT STUFF: We didn't squeeze many NBA Draft analysis links in Friday's newsletter, so let's hit that now. Seth Rosenthal writes that Phil Jackson surprised...Show More Summary
It's a full slate today. Judging by the average pitcher cost on draftkings.com, there should be a fair amount of runs scored today. Between the daytime and nighttime slates, I counted six pitchers that are priced below $5,000. You could...Show More Summary
Outside of a few marquee aces—it's Clayton Kershaw and Matt Harvey day—several bottom-shelf pitchers will dazzle on Saturday, creating an array of noteworthy hitter picks. Whether playing an afternoon or night slate, daily fantasy gamers should have little trouble locating enticing position players. Show More Summary
Paraguay will look to cause a big upset on Saturday by eliminating Brazil from the Copa América. A Brazil without Neymar generally isn't a Brazil worth watching, but they still managed to score a couple of goals without their suspended boy wonder as they saw off Venezuela 2-1 in their final group game. Show More Summary
Your Saturday morning baseball includes Max Scherzer playing chess while the rest of the league plays checkers, Ryne Sandberg stepping down in Philadelphia, and the arrival of trade season. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Baseball is still America’s pastime—and with baseball comes sweet handshakes. During the Detroit Tigers-Chicago White Sox game on Friday night, a lovable elderly duo got their groove on with a heartwarming handshake. Try finding this at another sporting event. Baseball might take its lumps, but it’ll never die. [Twitter] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Nolan Arenado hit a pair of home runs and had four RBIs, Carlos Gonzalez matched his career high with five hits and the Colorado Rockies held on to beat the San Francisco Giants 8-6 on Friday night.
Admit it: Somewhere around the fifth inning of Max Scherzer 's start Friday night against the Philadelphia Phillies, you were expecting history. Not just hoping for it or believing it was possible. You assumed it would happen. "It," of course, being a second consecutive no-hitter. Show More Summary
Kendrys Morales and Alex Gordon homered to back Edinson Volquez, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Oakland Athletics 5-2 on Friday night.
Tyson Ross overcame control problems to combine on a two-hitter and Matt Kemp hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly, lifting the San Diego Padres to a 4-2 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night.