A British comedian disrupted a news conference by Sepp Blatter on Monday, showering the FIFA president with fake money.
Hoping to spur his team after a sluggish first half, manager Lloyd McClendon gathered the Mariners for a full-squad workout five hours before gametime at Yankee Stadium.
Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers.
If it quacks like a duck. Sometimes it's a guy doing a pretty amazing duck impression.
The Seattle Mariners were expected to be playoff contenders at the start of the season. They open the second half seven games under .500.
An Arizona freeway named after a soldier killed in the Iraq war won't be temporarily rebranded to honor soon-to-be baseball Hall of Famer Randy Johnson.
DirecTV's exclusive right to broadcast certain NFL games is an illegal monopoly that raises costs for bars and restaurants, a San Francisco bar says in a lawsuit against the league and the satellite TV provider.
Serena Williams overcame a slow start, eight double-faults and a nervy finish to beat Garbine Muguruza 6-4, 6-4 on Saturday for her sixth Wimbledon title, fourth Grand Slam championship in a row and 21st major overall.
A woman hit by a foul ball at Fenway Park during Friday night's Red Sox-New York Yankees game is recovering at home after getting three dozen stitches in her forehead.
Half of the NFL's 32 teams are using variable pricing for their tickets this season, including the entire NFC West and AFC East. Only in the AFC South is the cost of entry for all home games not structured in tiers, pretty understandable considering the division's occupants besides the Colts.
Arnold Palmer proposed it. Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods pursued it.
The annual long-ball celebration will have a favorable setting Monday. Great American Ball Park has been one of the major leagues' most homer-friendly places since it opened in 2003, with its short distances and lift-producing humidity providing a cozy flight path to the seats.
As with many small towns, the biggest source of bragging rights in this agrarian outpost in southern Illinois are its high school athletes — the Freeburg Midgets.