Lionel Messi says Barcelona must apologize for its “lamentable” Champions League semifinal exit at the hands of Liverpool earlier this month
RHP Ervin Santana agrees to minor league contract with Mets
Paxton still has knee issue; Gregorius to start 20-day clock
Kansas forward Silvio De Sousa will be eligible to play next season
Sports legends were in Boston to honor basketball great John Havlicek
The NCAA announced on Friday that Silvio De Sousa will be eligible to play next season.
FIFA is restoring the offense of “corruption” to its code of ethics, almost one year after facing criticism over the symbolic removal of the term
Warriors know this is something special, uncertainty ahead
Harold was too short to play defensive end in the Southeastern Conference, but that didn’t keep him from landing a spot on the roster in 2015. In 2016 he earned a scholarship and a starting job. In 2017, he was voted a team captain. It still goes down as one of Mizzou’s greatest out-of-nowhere
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be leading the field to green as chatter grows about more collaboration and potentially race weekend doubleheaders with the series.
“I’m content,” Jones said to ESPN’s Josina Anderson. I’m at the point where I didn’t feel I would be top level if I tried to play now. I’m happy and I’m looking forward to spending more time with my family and the kids.”
Get ready for an all-new episode of “Marlins Clubhouse,” which premieres May 25 on FOX Sports Florida before Miami’s game against the Washington Nationals. Check your local listings for future airings.
He’s ‘completely different.’ But will Puka Nacua be a difference-maker in his freshman season at UW?
Puka Nacua’s football career began with voluntary backyard beat-downs. Washington’s highly decorated wide receiver signee was 5 years old, living in Las Vegas with his parents and older brothers. The Nacuas were insatiably competitive; at night, they would set up a spotlight in front of the house
Happy Memorial Day weekend everyone! Hope y’all can enjoy the time off with family and friends, while eating everything in sight. Before you hit the water this weekend, check out my mailbag! As a reminder, if you have a question for next time, you can DM me on Twitter or Instagram. Is there such
Giannis Antetokounmpo is having issues running the Bucks’ offense and scoring against the Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard, who has Toronto on the brink of the NBA Finals.