England overcame Jenny Gunn dropping what should have been the match’s final out when Anya Shrubsole bowled out India’s Rajeshwari Gayakwad to claim the women’s cricket World Cup.
Hector Villalba blasted a long-range, 86th-minute goal that proved to be the winner as Atlanta United beat Orlando City in a match that saw the visitors place a taunting billboard in central Florida, only to see that billboard defaced by Orlando City supporters.
Even if you’re at a minor league game between the Fort Wayne TinCaps and the Clinton LumberKings, the rules are the same: If you catch a foul ball in your beer cup, you have to chug that shit.
I’m not going to tell you that Christian Pulisic’s performance in today’s Borussia Dortmund-AC Milan friendly—in which he conjured two assists, won a penalty, and eeled his way past famously big and bad Serie A defenders more times than you could count—means that the Wonderteen is primed to take the leap from solid…
We’ve said it before, but spectacularly large baseball boy Aaron Judge is much more than just the sum of his dongeroonies. Last night, he proved that fact once again with an incredible throw from right field:
Cricket fans in England need to start paying more attention to their surroundings, because the dongs are on a path of destruction.
We’ve brought you Zion Williamson highlights before. The 2018 recruit is a 99th-percentile athlete for his age and he performs absurd high-flying feats on the basketball court on what appears to be a regular basis. Here’s another one, wherein Williamson owns a would-be dunker.
Wayne Rooney, who made his mark at Everton in grand fashion at the age of 16, is back with his boyhood club after having spent the last 11 years of his career at Manchester United. Today, in a preseason friendly against Gor Mahia in Tanzania, Rooney scored a goal that, while not exactly a rival to his wonderstrike…
Here is a video of Minnesota’s Byron Buxton, who is ridiculously fast, scoring from first on a sharply hit grounder that never even made it to the gap in left center:
Serbian point guard Miloš Teodosić, who has spent his professional career in Europe and has periodically dazzled American audiences during international tournaments, is coming to the NBA. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 30-year-old guard has agreed to a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers:
On Monday night, while you were getting drunk for the fourth night in a row, Dustin Pedroia made an unbelievable play in Arlington that saved Craig Kimbrel’s ass and helped the Red Sox get a win in extras.
In the 89th minute of the Confederations Cup semifinal between Mexico and Germany, Mexico substitute Marco Fabián, while standing midway between the halfway line and the penalty box, received a pass off a free kick, stepped up to the ball, and clobbered the hell out of it.
Aaron Judge, the Yankees’ extremely large tater-masher, mashed his 27th tater of the year against the White Sox last night. If you pay close attention to this video of the dinger being donged, you’ll notice Judge staring into the right-field stands as he rounds first base:
You’ve encountered enough blog posts with video clips of NBA players goofing around at a basketball camp to know how this is supposed to go. A small child sizes up Victor Oladipo just beyond the three-point line, and you start to get ready for the child to have his shot swatted into the next court or pinned against…
Clint Dempsey silenced a Portland crowd—briefly, before they picked up a chant telling him to fuck himself—with a stoppage-time goal that earned his Seattle Sounders a 2-2 draw in their rivalry matchup against the Timbers.
Today at the Halle Open, Robin Haase dug around and came up with one of the most inventive and uncomfortable-looking shots of the season:
Here is a really slick, gorgeous double play from the boys in sky blue:
Machado is moving the other way when he uncorks this throw, and he is deep in foul territory, and he throws the ball on a line, and it’s a perfect strike:
The Yankees got out to a four-run lead over the Angels in the top of the first inning tonight, and Aaron Hicks wasn’t ready to see it slip away. With the bases loaded for Anaheim in the bottom of the inning, he leaped for a perfectly-timed grab over the wall in center field in order to rob Luis Valbuena of what would…
Realizing the NHL season is over for a few months while watching the victorious team parade with the Stanley Cup really sucks, but each year the Hockey Night in Canada folks help add some sweet to that bitter with its annual montage of this season’s best Stanley Cup Playoffs moments. (The music this time around is…