With this easy one-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Danny Amendola in the second quarter of today’s game against the Jaguars, Tom Brady joined Dan Marino, Brett Favre, and Peyton Manning as the fourth quarterback to throw 400 or more touchdown passes in an NFL career.
Alex Rodriguez became the first player since Derek Jeter to join baseball’s 3,000-hit club, and just like Jeter in 2011, he did it with a home run.
Alex Rodriguez silenced a Fenway Park crowd by depositing an eighth-inning pinch-hit 3-0 pitch over the Green Monster to give the Yankees a 3-2 lead over Boston while moving himself into a tie with Willie Mays for fifth place all-time with 660 career home runs.
Holy fuck! Holy Christ goddamn! That one guy from One Direction quit! The weed dealer looking one! That one that did that thing with the hair! YOU KNOW THE ONE. No, not Harry. You fucking asshole. The other one. THE HOT ONE. I know they're ALL hot ones, but Zach (Is that his name? Wait, his name is Zayn?)…
Tonight marked the last time Mariano Rivera would throw a pitch at Yankee Stadium. With the Yankees trailing 4-0 against the Rays, Rivera retired four batters over the eighth and ninth innings. When Derek Jeter and Andy Pettitte came to the mound to take Rivera out, it turned into one of those timeless baseball…
When Fox Sports 1 replaced SPEED two weeks ago, it received a touching goodbye from longtime race coverage personality Mike Joy. Fox Soccer Channel was not provided a similar honor.
In its second game back in the English Premier League after a relegation stint in the Division 1 hinterlands, Queens Park Rangers got its first victory today, defeating Everton 1-0.
Your morning roundup for July 30, the day we're provided with living proof that 32-year-old women are, in fact, into 83-year-old men. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
Here he is, in left field, his paw wrapped around Derek Jeter's home-run ball. Do your work, I-Team.
Third inning. 3-2 count. Home Run off of Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price. Ties the game at one. All hugs and smiles at home plate.
In the first inning of today's game against Tampa Bay, New York Yankee Derek Jeter grounded a single through the left side of the infield for his 2,999th career hit. He'll become the 28th player in baseball history to reach the milestone with his next hit. [ESPN]
If the weather holds up tonight, Derek Jeter will play in his 2,354th major league game, passing Jose Cruz and moving into a tie for 90th on the all-time list. Cruz, the outfielder who spent most of his 19-year career in Houston, last played in 1988.
"Jimmy was producing a Super Bowl show there for MTV, so we drove down on that weekend in January 2003 in a party bus normally reserved for wild bachelor parties.
In tipster Zachary P.'s estimation, the difference between Andre Ethier's hit streak and Andre Ethier' shit streak is minimal. It is.
By scoring 41 points last night, Bryant became the youngest player ever to reach 24,000 points. The commenter who best incorporates this into an anal sex joke gets a +1 or whatever is behind Door No. 3. [USA Today]
The nation's long wait has finally come to an end, A-Rod hit 500! Alright, it's not exactly 756 but at least it's one less thing we'll have to hear about every single day. He got things out of the way in a hurry this afternoon with a first inning blast off of Kyle Davies. Call me crazy, but I think this Davies kid is…