Not exactly 'The Dream Shake', but close. Nigeria native and NBA legend Hakeem Olajuwon is 52 years old now, but it isn't stopping him from playing at the NBA Africa exhibition game in Johannesburg on Saturday morning. Olajuwon justShow More Summary
LaMelo Ball is following his brothers to UCLA. The Ball family has made a verbal commitment to send their third son to play for the UCLA Bruins. LaMelo Ball, the 13-year-old brother of class of 2016 star Lonzo Ball, committed to theShow More Summary
Saturday morning's baseball includes how the Astros turned themselves into a playoff contender, the flurry of trades that changed baseball's landscape and the reactions to the deadline's deals. 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
The MLB landscape looks substantially different after an assortment of trades developed before Friday's nonwaiver deadline. With a championship in sight, a surprisingly intense buyer's market unfolded. Title hopefuls tossed caution to the wind, raiding farm systems for superstars, many of whom will soon hit free agency. Show More Summary
You can let out that deep breath now. Major League Baseball's non-waiver trade deadline came and went Friday, thus putting an end to a week filled with trade madness of the highest order. Need help processing everything that happened? Well, you're in luck. Show More Summary
Anyone paying attention to this year's Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline was undoubtedly left punch-drunk by the blur of rumors, deals and non-deals that went down over the last 72 hours, give or take. Once we all wake from the stupor, though, the realization will hit that the movement affected every single one of the postseason races. Show More Summary
Can we maybe extend the MLB trade deadline for another day? Does it really have to be over? Teams can still acquire players through waivers, but the bulk of transactions were completed before Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline. Although a number...Show More Summary
MLB's non-waiver trade deadline proved a stressful time for general managers, players, fans and daily fantasy gamers alike. Constant maneuvering created a cloud of doubt around lineups, presenting opportunities amid uncertainty. With...Show More Summary
Now that the dust has settled after the MLB trade deadline closed at 4 p.m. EST, we can all take a collective breath and discuss the big trades that went down today — or the ones that never did. Several teams made significant improvements,...Show More Summary
In extra innings of a tie-game against their next closest division rival, the Washington Nationals cannot afford any slip-ups. And in that very situation, Bryce Harper, arguably the league’s best player, lost his composure at an inopportune time. Show More Summary
So that fill-in guy, he's OK.
Mets land slugger Yoenis Cespedes. Pirates acquire starter J.A. Happ from Mariners.
Troy Tulowitzki, David Price highlight stunning haul.
Wilmer Flores gave Mets fans one more reason to fall for him — this time with his bat as well as his heart.
Zack Greinke won his fifth straight decision, Howie Kendrick homered in his first game against his former team, and the Dodgers beat the Angels 5-3 Friday night in the opening game of the Freeway Series.
Danny Salazar pitched eight innings of one-hit ball, Michael Bourn doubled in the tiebreaking run in the eighth, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Oakland Athletics 2-1 on Friday night for their third straight win.
Mark Teixeira smacked two long home runs to center field for six RBIs, including a grand slam in the second inning, as the New York Yankees pounded out 18 hits in a 13-6 victory against the Chicago White Sox on Friday.
Flores, who on Wednesday cried on the field because he thought he had been traded during the Mets’ game against the Padres, hit his first career walk-off home run to help the Mets beat Washington on Friday.
Ian Kennedy expected to miss Friday's start against the Miami Marlins to be with his wife Allison, who was in labor with their fourth child.
Mark Teixeira homered from both sides of the plate for the record 14th time, hitting his 10th grand slam and a two-run homer that led the New York Yankees over the Chicago White Sox 13-6 Friday night.