Remember Darren Sproles bowling over a few dudes on the way to the end zone earlier? He wasn't done: That's 57 yards, and believe it or not, he has more fantasy points than LeSean McCoy. (135 receiving yards, 26 rushing, and a TD.)
The Mets rookie Jacob deGrom struck out eight straight batters, tying a major league record to start a game, but a flare to right field ended the streak.
We don't know what you're supposed to be, but we do know that we would hate sitting behind you. Or near you. You scare us, okay? UPDATE: This man is apparently well known and also likes the Pacers: @SBNationGIF he takes on more than one role. pic.twitter.com/Qsvxpohod1 — Eric Thaman (@thamgame) September 16, 2014
What started as a one-man project and quickly grew into a computer game phenomenon played by tens of millions of children and adults worldwide will be absorbed by Microsoft Corp. for $2.5 billion.
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Preparing for the second year of Obamacare enrollment, California unveiled new television ads and handed out $14.6 million to community groups for consumer outreach.
Stung by criticism that the Public Utilities Commission had developed "too cozy" of a relationship with the state's largest utility, PUC President Michael Peevey removed himself from further proceedings over a huge explosion in 2010 that killed eight people in the Bay Area city of San Bruno.
Starting Tuesday, cyclists on Los Angeles' busy streets will get a buffer zone.
Robin Thicke claims he was a little blurry himself during the recording of the hit single "Blurred Lines," according to a new deposition from the singer.
Things looked kinda bleak for the Eagles, as they trailed the Colts 20-6 more than halfway through the third quarter... then, a LeSean McCoy TD, a Trent Richardson fumble, and this Darren Sproles scramble, and we're tied: Crazy fight...Show More Summary
Activists in Whittier on Monday filed an appeal to a judge's dismissal this month of their lawsuit challenging the city's system of electing its officials.
Jacob deGrom struck out his first eight batters to match a major league record before the Miami Marlins finally started making contact Monday night and rallied late for a 6-5 victory over the New York Mets.
A lousy inning led to fans booing which led to a Jonathan Papelbon making a lewd gesture and MLB suspending him for it. Jonathan Papelbon took the mound in the 9th with the Phillies up 4-1 on the Marlins. Then he gave up 4 runs. Then Phillies fans booed him. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Orioles moved to the brink of claiming their first AL East title in 17 years, using a resilient pitching performance by Wei-Yin Chen to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 Monday night.
Eric Winston, the president of the NFL Players Association, said on CNN that Roger Goodell should no longer be able to discipline players in the league. Eric Winston, president of the NFL Players Association, said NFL commissioner Roger...Show More Summary
Rick Pitino's 2015 recruiting class lost a big player on Monday night. Shooting guard Antonio Blakeney, the No. 13 player in the country according to Rivals, has re-opened his recruitment two weeks after committing to Louisville, according...Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg threw seven scoreless innings to end a long run of frustration against Atlanta, and the Nationals beat the struggling Braves 4-2 on Monday night to move to the verge of the NL East title.
Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended seven games and fined by Major League Baseball for making a lewd gesture and then bumping an umpire.
The trick here is that a player plays dead. It was not a good trick. We didn't see this Saturday,when it actually happened, but this, via Sean Korte, is the worst fake punt in the history of fake punts. Watch it a million billion trillion times. This happened in the second quarter of Miami's 41-20 win, and at the time, the score was only 20-7. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Indians are doing their best to stay loose as they try to make a playoff push. That means players, like rookie reliever C.C. Lee, have to be alert for possible pranks by their teammates. On Monday night, at least one of...Show More Summary