Tiger Woods couldn’t have asked for much more at his first Wyndham Championship.
Dwayne Bowe and Duke Johnson finally got off their bikes and into the huddle.
Starling Marte’s solo home run in the ninth inning, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
After only four starts, Yankees manager Joe Girardi thinks it’s too soon to say if Luis Severino is ready for the rigors of a playoff run.
Coach Pat McClearn has posted a winning percentage of 58% in his 10 years in Mercer.
Reynolds returns 22 letter winners from last year’s 3-7 bunch.
Bumgarner smashed his fifth homer of the season and Byrd drilled his 20th.
Carlos Carrasco struck out 11, Carlos Santana homered and the Cleveland Indians stopped the New York Yankees once again, 7-3.
The group intends to put last season’s success in the past, focusing instead on even higher goals this fall.
Browns coach Mike Pettine said Friday that Cleveland’s depth chart at quarterback remains unchanged.
Fox Sports reported Thursday that Shapiro was a “strong candidate” to succeed Blue Jays President Paul Beeston
Andrew Tomko threw for over 2,000-yards as a junior.
Wilmington returns 7 offensive starters from a 6-win team a year ago.
A softball official for years, Brenda Garibaldi makes her debut during week two at a game in Indianapolis.
The Western Michigan University Broncos surprised one of their football players with a full-ride scholarship.
The head of Rio de Janeiro’s water utility has acknowledged “problems” with the city’s sewage-filled Guanabara Bay.
Lamine Diack, the president of the IAAF, dismissed the notion that track and field’s credibility has been compromised by doping allegations.
Training-wise, Allyson Felix thinks she’s fit enough to run the 200 and 400 meters at the world championships.
The Browns sat 20 players with injuries and the Bills rested 16, including running back LeSean McCoy.
Morton (8-4) scattered four hits over 6 2/3 innings while striking out eight and walking two.