The Angels achieved perhaps the weirdest sort of walk-off win tonight—the walk-off strikeout, pushing them to a 3-2 win over the Dodgers in the ninth inning.
It’s a little after midnight out in Indiana on this fine Wednesday night, and Jim Irsay has tweeted an extremely graphic picture of a nude woman.
An idiot on the field in tonight’s Diamondbacks-Cardinals game bumped into St. Louis shortstop Paul DeJong before being swarmed by several security guards and tackled to the ground. While footage of the interaction with DeJong did not immediately seem to have been captured and shared by any intrepid fans—Fox Sports…
In U.S. Open Cup action, second-tier clubs Miami FC and FC Cincinnati each played one of the biggest games of their existence. Miami took on newly formed MLS side Atlanta United, while Cincy battled the second-place MLS Chicago Fire—and both came up winners.
The Chicago Cubs visited the White House today to take a few pictures and hear some good conversation. In one of those pictures, outfielder Albert Almora Jr. looked as if he may have kind of, sort of vaguely been flipping the bird to the whole enterprise:
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has the harrowing account of umpire John Tumpane’s afternoon near the Pirates’ stadium on the Roberto Clemente Bridge, where he came across a woman who climbed over the railing and wanted to jump off.
Klay Thompson has enjoyed more on his trip to China than just rim-checking himself to hell. He also enjoyed at least one night of being extremely hype at a club of some sort, showing off some pretty creative moves and seemingly not caring at all about what anyone else might think:
Stephen Vogt has found a new home in Milwaukee since Oakland let him go, and he would have had a fantastic first start as a Brewer if it weren’t for a Spider-Man impression by Reds right fielder Scott Schebler, who climbed the fence to make a catch so unlikely it even psyched out the announcer:
The Canadian legal system has reached a conclusion in the Great Beer-Throwing Incident of the 2016 American League Wild Card game.
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With the 27th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns selected Serbian guard Bogdan Bogdanovic (not to be confused with Wizards forward Bojan Bogdanovic or famed Serbian architect Bogdan Bogdanovic). Three years later, Bogdanovic is finally coming to play in the NBA, reportedly agreeing a three-year, $36 million…
After a lively though scoreless 120 minutes of Confederations Cup soccer between Portugal and Chile, the South Americans advanced to the final on penalty kicks thanks in part to Claudio Bravo but mostly to Portugal’s penalty takers, who were shockingly bad.
Is seven years too long to keep a pair of underwear?
On Jan. 20, at a press conference at Baltimore Ravens headquarters, Zach Orr delivered some sobering news: An MRI after a neck injury a month earlier revealed that Orr’s C1 vertebra at the top of his spinal cord was not fully formed. Just five months ahead of his 25th birthday, only three seasons into a promising pro…
Marcus Willis, the 26-year-old British tennis player who made a surprise run through last year’s Wimbledon qualifying but lost to Roger Federer in the tournament’s main draw—and is probably best known for drinking soda and noshing on a candy bar during a match—is one win away from making the main draw at Wimbledon…
The Rockets swung a pretty huge trade to land Chris Paul from the Clippers this morning, but to make everything work on the money side, they’ve had to flip a few other deals to get non-guaranteed contracts to send to L.A. and elsewhere. That sound you hear? It’s the drip-drip of new Rockets arriving, and we’ve got…
Words: They’re so pesky. You might be reading this right now while thinking, Why should I have to move my eyes to understand the stuff on the screen? It’s truly unfair. Can’t there be a better way? Good news: Jamie Horowitz, the media executive who brought you ESPN’s Embrace Debate era and assembled Fox Sports’…
The Greek philosopher Heraclitus held that the universe is in a constant state of change. His nation went on to produce lots of yogurt, which is always changing, as well.