The New York Yankees have had a somewhat uneven start to the 2015 season, and it may get worse after Brian McCann suffered an injury Sunday night against the Texas Rangers. Continue for updates. McCann Leaves Game with Leg Cramp Sunday,...Show More Summary
Adam Rosales hit a two-run homer off Chris Capuano that bounced off the top of the left-field wall, Yovani Gallardo won for the second time since mid-April and the Texas Rangers sent the New York Yankees to their 10th loss in 11 games with a 5-2 victory Sunday night.
Mike Scott had a prime opportunity to keep the Atlanta Hawks in a close game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but his brain fell out at the worst possible time. Scott just stood there and let the ball careen out of bounds, which ultimately helped the Cavaliers secure the win. Poor guy just had a bad day at the office. It happens, but the timing was ugly.
LeBron James has spent all of overtime limping after hurting his left foot coming across the lane on Cleveland's first possession of the extra frame. He appeared to hurt himself after making a move to the middle on Paul Millsap and stepping on Jeff Teague's foot. Show More Summary
For a team that's only been in the business of drafting players for 10 years, the Washington Nationals are exceptional at it. The Nationals found franchise cornerstones Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon with first-round selections and...Show More Summary
Carl Edwards used strategy to win NASCAR’s longest race of the season. Stretching his fuel to the utmost, Carl Edwards won Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. As the leaders pitted for tires and fuel under green-flag conditions with less than 40 laps remaining, Edwards elected to stay out, gambling he could make it to finish. Show More Summary
Justin Upton hit a grand slam and drove in six runs, and San Diego broke loose on Sunday, backing unbeaten James Shields in an 11-3 victory over the Dodgers.
The Lightning will go back to Tampa Bay boasting a 3-2 series lead after blanking the Rangers, 2-0, on Sunday night. The New York Rangers remain erratic during the Eastern Conference Final They seemingly had momentum coming off a 5-1...Show More Summary
It was a slow start for LeBron James -- really slow -- but at the end of the third quarter he was feeling it with this thunderous dunk. He rose all the way up for this slam and it gave an otherwise slow game some life.
Like Jacob Lindgren and Slade Heathcott after him, Williams, the Yankee legend who had his number retired Sunday, earned his shot through happenstance.
College softball super regionals concluded Sunday. LSU took on Arizona, and this happened. "You have any flights to OKC?" pic.twitter.com/FRfO4P0ajx — Pod KATT (@valleyshook) May 24, 2015 One can only speculate what was going on... so let's speculate. "Officer, yeah, it's the guy in the horse head again. Show More Summary
Look at the poise. The precision. It's not easy to get up on two legs and beg like that while being on a moving platform. The dude is pretty impressive too, I guess.
The Los Angeles Angels just finished up a rather pedestrian week. The team has lost five of its past eight ballgames. While they are still in second place in the down AL West, the Angels have a negative run differential on the year and...Show More Summary
The minor league prospect Jacob Lindgren was not immediately recognized when he reported for duty at the team’s clubhouse.
Perhaps this was just bad momentum and looks a lot worse than it was, but this elbow from Al Horford seems awfully suspicious. Let's not forget that Matthew Dellavedova's tangle with Kyle Korver resulted in the high ankle sprain that ended Korver's playoff run. Was it intentional? Perhaps we'll never really know, but the referees ruled it as such and ejected Horford.
The Cincinnati Reds' season is quickly slipping away, and if the team can't turn things around soon, it will be in a position to sell at the trade deadline. Cincinnati has some pieces that will interest other clubs. Johnny Cueto, Mike Leake and Aroldis Chapman are going to be hot names come July. Show More Summary
LSU and UCLA are among the 16 schools selected to host four-team regionals in their city, to help narrow down the field for the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament from 64 to 16. The field of 64 teams for the 2015 NCAA Baseball TournamentShow More Summary
The six most glamorous teams in baseball with the most coveted markets and the biggest crowds are probably the two teams in lush wealthy Los Angeles, the legendary Yankees and Red Sox, the Cardinals with their 100-year fan base and the Giants with baseball’s most beautiful park and three world titles in five years. Read full article >>
The Cavaliers sustained another injury before Game 3 began, and no we're not talking about Kyrie Irving. Tristan Thompson decided to throw it down on Timofey Mozgov, but Mozgov's nose ended up being the worse for wear. Save it for the Hawks, fellas! h/t CBS Sports
In a showdown between IndyCar’s best, Juan Pablo Montoya and Team Penske won Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 Sunday. A high intensity, ferocious back-and-forth exchange is exactly what you'd expect out of the two titans of open-wheel racing fighting for supremacy on the grandest stage. Show More Summary