Yankees Rumors: Giancarlo Stanton Has Grade 1 Hamstring Injury, Could Miss Weeks
New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton has reportedly been diagnosed with a Grade 1 hamstring strain after being placed on the injured list Sunday...
Wizards fall to Bucks after Giannis Antetokounmpo is ejected for head-butting Moe Wagner
Washington remained winless in the NBA bubble, dropping its seventh straight game, 126-113, to shorthanded Milwaukee.
How Atalanta Inspired Hope in Bergamo in the Coronavirus Pandemic
This has been the most painful of years in Bergamo, a proud Italian city that became synonymous with the coronavirus. At it emerges from the pandemic, one bright spot has been its title-chasing soccer team.
First-round back-to-backs favor NHL teams with 2 top goalies
Having one set of back-to-back games in each first-round playoff series is an unusual scheduling quirk this year that could tip the balance toward teams with two capable starting goaltenders
Hunter Pence gives Giants, and his season, a massive jolt
Hunter Pence hits his first home run of the season as San Francisco Giants come back to beat the Houston Astros
Anthony Rendon, starting to heat up, homers again in sparking Angels over A's
Anthony Rendon homered for a second straight game and Dylan Bundy's hot start continued with seven scoreless innings as the Angels beat Oakland 6-0.
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn reveals on 'Hard Knocks' he tested positive for coronavirus
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn revealed on the first episode of "Hard Knocks" that he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Day determined to get back to number one: former coach
MUMBAI, Aug 12 The 2021 Australian Open could be moved to later in the year due to COVID-19 but tournament director Craig Tiley told Reuters that organisers are confident of hosting the Grand Slam in its usual January slot with full prize money and fans in the stands.
NRL investigate pub lunch attended by 10 Brisbane Broncos players
Police also looking into potential Covid breach Tevita Pangai Jnr future in doubt after separate incident A pub lunch attended by 10 Brisbane players last month is the latest biosecurity breach being investigated that could throw the NRL season and the embattled club into further chaos. Queensland police and the NRL are looking into the incident, in which 10 players enjoyed a pub steak on 1 August at the Everton Park Hotel in potential breach of the league’s strict coronavirus protocols. Cont...
Chargers’ Lynn reveals he had coronavirus on ‘Hard Knocks’
COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — It didn’t take long for “Hard Knocks: Los Angeles” to reveal its first major surprise of the season as Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said he had coronavirus during the offseason. Lynn’s admission came less than five minutes into Tuesday’s season premiere of the show on HBO and produced […]
Barnes leads Kings to another win over Pelicans, 112-106
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Harrison Barnes scored 25 points, including 12 in the third quarter, and the Sacramento Kings beat the New Orleans Pelicans 112-106 on Tuesday night. The Kings earned their second win in the NBA restart — each over the Pelicans. With both teams eliminated from the playoffs, among the top […]
SEC staying the course after Big Ten, Pac-12 cancel football seasons
Commissioner Greg Sankey said he is "comfortable with the thorough and deliberate approach that the SEC and our 14 members are taking."
Ruling keeps NCAA from limiting some athlete compensation
The ruling allows Division I conferences to still independently set rules for education-related compensation provided to student-athletes.