The New York Mets’ horrendous April continued Sunday with the loss of star pitcher Noah Syndergaard in the second inning against the Nationals, which led to a 23-5 rout and an amazing meltdown from manager Terry Collins. After the game,...Show More Summary
Hayward said he appreciated the loyalty of Jazz fans throughout the lean years.
Can the Jazz, already with a Game 7 road win in the bag, give the Warriors a series?
Blazing speed and agility.
By James Sutherland on SwimSwam Both Ryan Lochte and Nathan Adrian finished off the 2017 Masters Nationals with a win on Sunday. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Lochte, Adrian Cap 2017 Masters Nationals With Victories
Some people call John Dodson’s strategy inside the Octagon as good defense, while others simply call it running. Whatever the case may be, Jimmie Rivera isn’t all that interested in a showdown against the speedy combatant, as it hasShow More Summary
One way to extend a game.
Pierce's 19-season run in the NBA ended Sunday as the Clippers bowed out of the playoffs
D.C. United moved to 3-3-2 on the year with a 3-1 victory Sunday.
Nats' third baseman praises team's 'amazing' pitching after his historic day at the plate.
NASCAR penalized Kyle Busch after he committed too late to pit road, forcing him to drop to the rear of the field on restart. Kyle Busch had little to say after a late penalty cost him a chance to win Sunday’s Monster Energy Cup Series...Show More Summary
Paul Pierce's 19-year NBA career came to an end at the final buzzer of the Los Angeles Clippers' first round loss against the Utah Jazz. The 39-year-old forward had six points and three rebounds in 21 minutes for the Clippers. He averaged 11.1 minutes in the series.
Utah overcame its relative lack of experience with a balanced, deep and versatile roster
Bryan Mitchell was the subject of manager Joe Girardi's unconventional decision
Chelsea went wild in the second half to get the big victory
Middlesbrough (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester City can look forward to a run of three successive home games after just doing enough to remain on track for a place in next season’s Champions League following Sunday’s 2-2 draw away to Premier League strugglers Middlesbrough. Show More Summary
April 30 (Gracenote) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Andy Murray(Britain) 11870 2 (2) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 8085 3 (3) Stan Wawrinka(Switzerland) 5695 4 (4) Roger Federer(Switzerland) 5125 5 (5) Rafa Nadal(Spain) 4735 6 (6) Milos Raonic(Canada) 4165 7 (7) Kei Nishikori(Japan)
After the Rangers blew a late two-goal lead in Game 2 against the Senators, Coach Alain Vigneault says, “Minutes are based on how you’re playing, not experience.”