KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The pitch count piled up, one by one, and still, the Royals bullpen remained motionless. Reliever Joakim Soria hit 27 pitches and then 28. As he crossed the 30-pitch threshold, the bullpen mound beyond ...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- The many facial expressions of Terence Crawford said it all Saturday as the unbeaten junior-welterweight added a second belt to his collection.
Crawford, flashing a deadly and vicious look of wanting to hurt ...Read more
DENVER -- The sixth inning has doomed the Braves in each of the first three games of their four-game series against the Rockies, and Saturday it also ruined what had been a strong performance by Matt Wisler.
Wisler was ...Read more
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The A's received another strong performance from Kendall Graveman on Saturday night, and the offense finally came to the rescue in the bottom of the ninth inning to reward him with his fourth straight ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Matt Albers started for the first time since 2008 on a soggy Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
But both teams will have to wait until Sunday to determine a winner thanks to three rain delays, the last of ...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- In all three of Mike Krzyzewski's trips to the Olympics, there has been a wide diversity of basketball voices on his coaching staff, from ACC rival Jim Boeheim to a revolving group of NBA coaches that has ...Read more
MILWAUKEE -- Can the Milwaukee Brewers petition to play all their games at Miller Park?
Kirk Nieuwenhuis has to be asking himself that question. The center fielder continues to tear it up at home, with his two-homer, four...Read more
BOSTON -- Ricky Nolasco's inability to pitch in Fenway Park and Miguel Sano's inability to play third base on Saturday were destined to send the Twins crashing to their latest defeat.
Then the seventh inning happened.
PITTSBURGH -- The distance from Indianapolis to Pittsburgh is 350 miles. Some days the distance from the minor leagues to the majors feels far greater. Haunted by the same problems he pitched around in the minors, right-...Read more
BALTIMORE -- The Orioles have been known for their resilience during the Buck Showalter era and they are displaying that quality again this weekend.
They came home from a disappointing four-game series at Yankee Stadium ...Read more
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WASHINGTON -- The Padres hung in against the Washington Nationals on Saturday because of two major leaguers that weren't in the majors only weeks ago. Ryan Schimpf, a 28-year-old rookie, crushed a baseball. Edwin Jackson, ...Read more
Joe Nathan will join the Cubs on Sunday, manager Joe Maddon said.
Now the Cubs have to determine quickly whether the arrival of the 41-year-old Nathan, the Wednesday acquisition of left-hander Mike Montgomery from the ...Read more
NEW YORK -- There are must-win games to avoid elimination. There are must-win games to restore sanity.
And there are must-win games that might save a clubhouse from becoming a powder keg. Giants manager Bruce Bochy barked...Read more
It was a typical moment in the Royals clubhouse following a start by left-hander Danny Duffy.
While laughter echoed from the showers down the hall from Duffy's stall, he answered questions about another stellar outing. ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Padres and the Orioles reportedly are discussing a trade that would send outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. to Baltimore in exchange for right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez.
According to a FoxSports.com report, no ...Read more
Back in Lexington, Ky., to work a Kentucky youth basketball camp, ex-Cat Michael Kidd-Gilchrist might best help campers by citing his own example of persistence.
MKG, as he is known, has persevered through multiple ...Read more
The White Sox sent Chris Sale home before Saturday's game against the Tigers for what general manager Rick Hahn called a "clubhouse incident."
"Chris Sale has been scratched from tonight's schedule start and sent home ...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- Hours after agreeing to a plea deal that reduces a misdemeanor assault and battery charge to a $560 fine for a noise violation, Warriors forward Draymond Green is glad to put his legal drama behind him.
LAS VEGAS -- The sequence initially seemed like the perfect example of the effort Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski wanted to see from his players to prove their selflessness on a talented group.
In an intrasquad scrimmage ...Read more