The Yankees lost their regular-season finale to the Orioles, and have won just 10 of their last 26 games, but thanks to a Houston loss, they will start the postseason in the Bronx.
Yo Miami, we know you're excited to finally have Goran Dragic, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade play together, but you gotta chill on these plays. Save something for the regular season.
Matt Cassel may be starting for the Cowboys sooner rather than later if Brandon Weeden doesn't lead the team to wins while Tony Romo is out. The Dallas Cowboys could replace quarterback Brandon Weeden with Matt Cassel if he struggles going forward. Show More Summary
What initially looks like a fumble by Rams running back Todd Gurley turned out to be only a loss of four yards, much to the chagrin of the Arizona Cardinals. Gurley did fumble the ball and Arizona recovered inside their own 10-yard line,...Show More Summary
The Broncos have arguably had the best overall defense in the NFL this season, and it's not just their elite secondary and top tier pass rush. Denver came into this weekend giving up a paltry 3.5 yards per carry and 83 yards on the ground...Show More Summary
For much of the season, the Houston Astros sat atop the American League West standings. The Rangers were in last for a good portion of that time, but then something clicked. Texas finished the season with 45 wins in its final 70 games to vault up the standings. Show More Summary
The Saints will have Drew Brees while the Cowboys will start Brandon Weeden on Sunday. Last week, both the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints started backup quarterbacks but when the two meet under the bright lights of Sunday Night Football in Week 4, only one of them will be going with a reserve. Show More Summary
It took to the final outs of the season, but the 2015 MLB playoff field is set. Sunday's regular-season finales settled the remaining dust of the AL West and decided home-field advantage for the NL Wild Card Game, which were the twoShow More Summary
The Houston Astros were a disaster in their first two years in the American League, with a combined record of 121-203 (including an abysmal 51-111 record in 2013), but they completely turned the corner this season and are heading toShow More Summary
Corey Dickerson hit a three-run homer, pinch-hitter Justin Morneau delivered a two-run single and the Colorado Rockies rallied for seven runs in the ninth inning Sunday to beat the San Francisco Giants 7-3.
The Pittsburgh Pirates clinched the home field in the NL wild card-game, beating the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday behind J.A. Happ's stellar outing and Pedro Alvarez's long homer.
Salvador Perez added to his career-best home run total, Johnny Cueto tossed five solid innings and the Kansas City Royals secured home-field advantage throughout the postseason by beating the Minnesota Twins 6-1 on Sunday.
Suzuki, 41, who has 2,935 major league hits, took the mound for the first time in the majors, allowing one run and reaching 88 m.p.h. with his fastball during an inning of relief.
Miami's Dee Gordon had three hits on the final day of the season to edge Washington's Bryce Harper for the NL batting title Sunday, and Detroit's Miguel Cabrera won his fourth AL championship in five years.
The Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 on Sunday for their eighth straight win, but will have to play the NL wild card game in Pittsburgh after the Pirates beat Cincinnati.
Danny Salazar finished his first season as a full-time starter on a positive note, sending the Cleveland Indians to a 3-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday in their 2015 finale.
Dee Gordon went 3 for 4 with a home run and a double to win the NL batting title over Washington's Bryce Harper and outfielder Ichiro Suzuki pitched the eighth inning as the Miami Marlins fell to the Philadelphia Phillies 7-2 on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.
Like much of the Nationals’ season, the extreme highs — in this case, Max Scherzer’s second no-hitter — came with some lows. Infield prospect Wilmer Difo, who was making his first major league start, fractured the fourth metacarpal in his left hand diving into first base in the third inning against Matt Harvey.Read full article >>
It hasn't been a good season for Big 12 refs. Another week, another Big 12 officiating apology. This week, it was officials accidentally giving Oklahoma State a free first down on a drive that led to a touchdown against Kansas State....Show More Summary
This is the worst thing Roger Goodell has ever done. Von Miller was fined $11,000 by the NFL for his celebratory sack dance, which featured Miller having sex with a ghost. (Some have said he's mimicking Key and Peele's skit about how the NFL penalizes celebrations.) So Sunday, when he got a sack against the Vikings... Show More Summary