Today, Ichiro Suzuki hit an eighth-inning double off of Fernando Rodney to the right field corner. He sent Giancarlo Stanton to third, and he trotted into second base easily, looking mildly annoyed more than anything before he briefly removed his batting helmet to salute the crowd. If you count his 1,278 hits in…
At 18 years and 227 days old, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen dethroned Sebastian Vettel as Formula One’s youngest-ever grand prix winner. This was Verstappen’s first race with Red Bull after having been promoted from Red Bull’s junior team, Scuderia Toro Rosso.
Max Scherzer tied the MLB record with 20 strikeouts against the Detroit Tigers tonight, throwing 96 strikes on 119 pitches in nine innings of work as the Nationals won 3-2. He had a chance to get 21, but James McCann grounded out to a sheepish Daniel Murphy. Scherzer struck out at least two Tigers in every inning but…
Today, at 3:43 EST, Deadspin received one of the better tips we’ve seen in a while. Reader Zain was checking to see if the City of San Francisco owed him any money from parking tickets that he overpaid. Unfortunately for him, they did not. But fortunately for us and Tim Lincecum, Zain discovered that the city owes the…
Jamie Vardy, striker for Premier League leaders Leicester City, scored again today, for the eleventh consecutive game. The goal broke Ruud Van Nistelroy’s 12-year-old record of 10 consecutive appearances with goals.
A new study attempts to identify the “greatest” sports record of all time, taking into account things like longevity, distance ahead of closest challenger, the era in which it was set, and how truly individual the achievement is. The winner? Barry Bonds’s 688 career intentional walks. [Pacific Standard]
Last year, the Meadville (Pa.) High School football team scored 78 points in one game while rushing for more than 600 yards and lost, 79-78, to Warren. Tonight the Bulldogs did that feat one better—by being the victor, and turning the Dubois Beavers into the sad loser in a 107-90 victory... in, obviously, regulation.
Zack Greinke’s attempt to break Orel Hershiser’s scoreless innings streak was ended today by, of all people, his opposing pitcher Jacob deGrom, as the Mets hurler drove in Kirk Nieuwenhuis with a third-inning fielder’s choice. The streak reached 45 2/3 innings.
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Astros prospect Derek Fisher earned promotion to the California League Lancaster JetHawks this weekend, and made the most of his first game at Class A (Advanced) with a 4-6, three home run, 12 RBI performance that smashed a single-game league record that had held for 61 years.
Klay Thompson demolished the NBA record for points in a quarter when he put up 37 in the third tonight against Sacramento. Here's all 37 of the Warriors sharpshooter's record-setting points in one 37-second video.
Kobe Bryant is officially the all-time greatest player in NBA history at failing to make a basket. Soak in this historic moment! 13,418 is a large number.
Peyton Manning broke the NFL touchdown pass record tonight, and we get this. What is this shit? This isn't clever! Someone just figured out that a "1" and "I" are similar enough, and didn't care about the rest. Manning made HIBTORY tonight. Cool.
Last night's Pennsylvania high school game between Warren and Meadville finished with a 79-78 final score, in regulation. Losers Meadville racked up 799 total yards—600 of them on the ground!—and couldn't top their hosts, who came into the game with a 1-5 record.
No one would've blamed you if, before watching him take a reverse to the house and then Prime Time his way to a record-setting 20th return TD last night, you had forgotten that Devin Hester was even in the league at all. It's been a few years since he's done anything notable, but his brief re-emergence last night was…
Devin Hester broke his tie with Deion Sanders atop the NFL's list of all-time return touchdown scorers with a 62-yard punt return tonight against Tampa Bay, the 20th of his career.
Yusmeiro Petit doesn't have a spot in the Giants' rotation, but through relief appearances and one spot start, he earned some recognition today. After striking out Charlie Culberson in the third inning against the Rockies, Petit broke the MLB record for most consecutive batters retired with 46.
Doug McDermott's debut in the Big East tournament was a big one. With 27 first half points against DePaul, the Creighton sharpshooter set a conference tournament record and helped lead the Bluejays to an easy win at Madison Square Garden.
Nine years after setting the single-season record for touchdown passes, five years after watching Tom Brady claim the record for himself while setting fire to the rest of the league, and two years after undergoing four neck surgeries that probably should have ended his career, Peyton Manning is back on top.
Peyton Manning had 33 touchdowns through Week 9 this season, putting him on pace to throw 59 and crush Tom Brady's single-season mark. He slacked off with back-to-back "disappointing" performances against the Pats and Chiefs (in which he led the Broncos to six touchdowns but threw just three), but was back in form…