Smith, Baines elected to Baseball Hall o...
Smith, Baines elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Relief pitcher Lee Smith and outfielder/designated hitter Harold Baines and were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday by the entity's Today's Game Era Committee.
AC Milan: Ibrahimovic returning to Galaxy
Zlatan Ibrahimovic intends to be back with the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2019 after considering a return to AC Milan, sporting director Leonardo told reporters on Sunday.
Rodgers breaks Brady's mark as Packers cruise past Falcons
Aaron Rodgers broke Tom Brady's NFL record for most consecutive passes without an interception in style, setting the mark on a 24-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb that helped the Green Bay Packers beat the visiting Atlanta Falcons 34-20 on Sunday.
LeBron: Final matchup vs. Wade will be 'sweet, sour'
Monday night marks the end of an era as LeBron James and Dwayne Wade share the court for the final time when the Los Angeles Lakers host the Miami Heat. After 16 seasons in the league together, Wade is set to retire at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.
NFL Notebook: Ravens QB situation gets a little cloudier
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed the final two plays of his team's 27-24 overtime loss in Kansas City on Sunday after he was hit but appears to have avoided major injury. However it looks like the Ravens now have a decision to make behind center.
Esports: Head coach resigns after remarks about mental health
Brandon 'Saintvicious' DiMarco has resigned as head coach of esports team FlyQuest after a furious reaction to his comments deriding mental health conditions like depression.
Reports: Hunt to begin counseling
While the NFL mulls further punishment for Kareem Hunt, the former Kansas City Chiefs running back is seeking counseling for alcohol and anger issues, according to multiple reports.
Transgender fighter wins in historic pro debut
Patricio Manuel made boxing history on Saturday night, becoming the first transgender male to fight professionally in the United States.
Report: GM McKenzie to leave Raiders at season's end
The Oakland Raiders and general manager Reggie McKenzie will part ways after the season ends, according to a CBS Sports report Sunday.
Heisman winner Murray apologizes for homophobic tweets
Kyler Murray celebrated his Heisman Trophy win in New York on Saturday night, but not long after the Oklahoma quarterback found himself playing defense.
Golf: Oosthuizen romps to maiden South African Open win
Home favorite Louis Oosthuizen romped to a first-ever South African Open title after extending his overnight lead and finishing six shots clear after carding a final round 67 at the Randpark Golf Club on Sunday.
Top swimmers challenge FINA with lawsuit
Three world-class swimmers have filed a lawsuit in the United States, challenging what they allege is the monopoly world governing body FINA has over the control of international competitions.
Afghanistan suspends officials after women's soccer team abuse investigation
Afghanistan's Attorney General has suspended the head of the Afghan Football Federation after a probe into allegations of sexual abuse of members of the national women's soccer team, a spokesman for the attorney general said on Sunday.
NBA roundup: Celts win by 56, make history with Bulls
Daniel Theis scored a career-high 22 points, and the Boston Celtics opened the game with 17 consecutive points while rolling to an easy 133-77 victory over the host Chicago Bulls on Saturday night. It was the Celtics' largest margin of victory in franchise history.
Celtics hand Bulls worst loss in franchise history
Daniel Theis scored a career-high 22 points, and Boston opened the game with 17 consecutive points while rolling to an easy 133-77 victory over the host Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.
NHL roundup: Lightning erupt for seven goals
Steven Stamkos scored twice in a span of a little more than 10 minutes in the first period Saturday night to initiate an outburst by the Tampa Bay Lightning, who rolled to a 7-1 win over the visiting Colorado Avalanche.
Top 25 roundup: Seton Hall upsets No. 9 Kentucky in overtime
Myles Cale hit a 3-pointer with eight seconds left in overtime to lift Seton Hall to an 84-83 upset of No. 9 Kentucky on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Atlanta United win MLS Cup beating Portland in final
Atlanta United FC used a distinctly Latin flair to win the Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup final on Saturday, beating Portland Timbers 2-0 to bring the city a rare professional sporting trophy.
Oklahoma's Murray beats out Tide's Tagovailoa for Heisman
For the second consecutive season, an Oklahoma quarterback won the Heisman Trophy when Kyler Murray was announced as the winner Saturday night at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
Army tops Navy for eighth straight win
Quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr. ran for two touchdowns, and Army defeated Navy 17-10 in the annual battle between the two military schools on Saturday in Philadelphia.