Weekly MLB Report: Los Angeles Angels Lose Third Straight Series
While most of baseball’s division leaders are comfortably ahead of the pack, the margin separating teams vying for the Wild Card spots is very tight. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball: Angels Lose Series to Mariners, Fall 8 Back of Rangers in AL West After bolstering their rotation by acquiring pitcher Zack Greinke at the trade deadline, the Los Angeles Angels (60-55) expected to
2012 Summer Olympics Recap: Day 12 — Allyson Felix Wins Gold as US Track Team Nabs 7 Medals
Led by seven medals from its track athletes, the United States ran past China into the lead in the overall medal count at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London on Wednesday. Here’s a recap of the day’s highlights:
2012 Summer Olympics Recap: Day 8 — Michael Phelps Wins 18th Olympic Gold Medal in Final Race
Michael Phelps extended his record as the Olympics’ most decorated athlete in London on Saturday, while the host country had its best night yet. Here’s a recap of the day’s events:
2012 Summer Olympics Recap: Day 3 — Missy Franklin and Matt Grevers Win Gold Medals
The US swim team captured two gold medals at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London on Monday, while the US men’s gymnastics squad disappointed. Here’s what happened at the London Games:
Girl Sings Worst Version of National Anthem Ever
Like most US sporting events, Saturday’s Major League Soccer match between FC Dallas and the Los Angeles Galaxy was preceded by the singing of the national anthem, but only one rendition was this bad.
2012 Summer Olympics Recap: Day 2 — France Upsets US Swimmers in 4×100 Relay
Upsets and world records ruled the day on Day 2 of competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Here’s a brief recap of Sunday’s action:
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Olympic Diver Troy Dumais
Participating in his fourth Olympics, Troy Dumais is still in search of his first Olympic medal. The 32-year-old Dumais has been a member of the National Team every year since 1996.
Weekly MLB Report: Josh Hamilton Sets Record For All-Star Votes Received [VIDEO]
Major League Baseball announced which players will represent their respective leagues at the All-Star Game in Kansas City on July 10. Here’s what’s happening in MLB this week:
Roger Clemens Verdict: Not Guilty
A jury acquitted Roger Clemens on all charges Monday in his federal perjury trial, deciding the seven-time Cy Young Award winner did not lie when he denied ever using performance-enhancing drugs in front of a Congressional committee in February of 2008.
Webb Simpson Wins the 2012 U.S. Open
Webb Simpson shot a final round of 68 to win the U.S. Open golf championship on Sunday at the Lake Course at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Simpson bested Graeme McDowell, who failed to force a playoff after missing a 25-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole...
MLB Weekly Report: Streaking New York Yankees Sweep Washington Nationals For Ninth Straight Win
The New York Yankees and Texas Rangers are the best teams in the American League thus far, while the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals lead the National League. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball this week:
I’ll Have Another Will Not Run at Belmont, Erases Chance of Winning Triple Crown
I’ll Have Another will not run at the 144th Belmont Stakes on Saturday. The horse, who was vying to become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, was ruled out by his trainer Doug O’Neill, who spoke about the matter on ‘The Dan Patrick Show’ on radio Friday morning.