The Raptors need to win at home to stay alive and force a Game 7. After two losses in Toronto, the Cavaliers looked once again like a dominant team in Game 5, blowing out the Raptors in Cleveland by 38 points, 116-78. Now they will be...Show More Summary
The young organization will need more offense if they're going to contend, though. DETROIT -- The Philadelphia Phillies have been stuck in baseball purgatory. A complete rebuild is never easy, but they drove over that cliff long ago....Show More Summary
The Ryan brothers feel like they finally have their chance to be something more than overrated in Buffalo. Rex and Rob Ryan have a lot to say. Blah, blah, blah. The best part of this interview might be Rob Ryan trying to convince you that his defense with the Saints was good and not his fault when it was bad. Show More Summary
The Nats pitcher made it hard for some Mets fans to hate their rivals.
Good morning. We have that and more in Friday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. YOU KNOW I'M NOT DEAD: The Warriors aren't ready to call it a season just yet. In a raucous, nerve-rattling affair in Oakland, Golden State...Show More Summary
Bat flip of the Year courtesy of @CanesBaseball... #ACCBASE https://t.co/MH0G8FLwo8 — FOX Sports South (@FOXSportsSouth) May 27, 2016 I've never really understood why people get upset over bat flips. It seems to me a very mild, inoffensive way to celebrate a home run. Show More Summary
Friday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the debut of a 19-year-old pitcher, why a 100-win pace doesn't mean 100 wins, and Mike Moustakas' season-ending injury. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Rain showers are in the forecast for the big 100th running of the Greatest Spectacle in racing? Check out the weather forecast for all the activities at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indianapolis 500. The Friday before the Indianapolis 500 is the Miller Lite Carb Day. Show More Summary
How many years in a row can we talk about this? All the years in a row.
Deactivate. D-E-A-C-T-I-V-A-T-E. Deactivate. The National Spelling Bee Twitter account spell-checked someone all the way off Twitter on Thursday night. Yiiiiikes: you come at spelling bee Twitter you better not miss pic.twitter.com/VwBhyjzNX5 —...Show More Summary
The Nationals skipper is the 17th in history to reach the milestone.
A pair of Harper doppelgangers got face time at Nats games this month.
You're going to enjoy this one, Boston Red Sox fans. Yes, your club is sitting atop the American League East standings as May winds down. But far, far more importantly, Boston landed three —count 'em, three —players on Bleacher Report's...Show More Summary
Two fallen icons that need to rehab their image couldn't possibly make for a better pairing. Manchester United have hired Jose Mourinho to be their new manager, just days after firing Louis Van Gaal. A move that once might have beenShow More Summary
A look at what's happening all around the majors today:
Will Andy Murray go 15 sets in three matches? The third round of the 2016 French Open will get underway on Friday, and it will be the first time we see seeded players going up against seeded players. Things don't really heat up until...Show More Summary
Late in the fourth quarter, Steph Curry picked the pocket of Kevin Durant in what proved to be one of the game closing plays of the game. In the post game presser, KD was asked how he felt about Steph's defense. Russ could hardly contain himself. Durant asked if Stephen Curry is underrated as a defender. Show More Summary
Chances are the Kansas City Royals weren't going to repeat as MLB champions no matter what. Don't get mad, Royals fans —that's just clear-eyed history. Since 1979, baseball has seen two teams win more than one World Series in a row.Show More Summary
The MVP is back. Stephen Curry showed up late in the 4th when the Warriors needed him most. He stole KD's lunch money, dribbled for 23 seconds then finished a ridiculous layup. — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 27, 2016 Steph is ready for Game 6.
George Springer homered twice and the Houston Astros set a major league record for strikeouts in a three-game series, finishing a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles with a 4-2 win Thursday night.