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Hank Aaron had to endure a lot during his remarkable pursuit of baseball immortality, and the Milwaukee Braves faithful always appreciated his kindness.
Hours after his wife gave birth to their second child, Nicolas Batum played, and played well, for the Clippers in their 120-105 win over the Thunder.
UCLA gymnastics opens its season on Saturday hoping to find enough leaders to replace its decorated senior class from 2020.
Before he became an NFL star, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen made a name for himself in Firebaugh, Calif., a town very proud of its native son.
John David Baker, USC's tight ends and inside receivers coach, is joining Lane Kiffin's staff at Mississippi.
It wasn't always pretty, but the Clippers' stars took over in the end in a 120-106 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday night.
Catarina Macario wasted little time proving a long journey was worth it, scoring in her first international start for the U.S. in a 6-0 win over Colombia.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who hit seven three-pointers in Thursday's win at Milwaukee, is cementing himself as a perfect complement to the Lakers' stars.
Kiké Hernández, a fan favorite who helped the Dodgers win the 2020 World Series, has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Boston Red Sox.
Rayshad Williams on Friday was the second veteran Bruins defensive back to enter the transfer portal this week, joining Elijah Gates.
Chargers new leader Brandon Staley has coached against final four NFL teams: the Buccaneers, Bills and Packers this season, and the Chiefs twice last season.
K.D. Nixon is transferring from Colorado to USC for his final year of eligibility. He adds depth to a group that includes Drake London, Bru McCoy and Gary Bryant Jr.
Without surefire NBA prospects, UCLA has jumped to a 12-2 overall record and is 8-0 in Pac-12 Conference play, its best conference start since 1983.