The NFL is coming off one of the darkest weeks in its history:
There is one level of competitive football that is still generally devoid of chaos and confusion.
Maybe Buster Posey has taken one too many foul pitches off his catchers mask behind the plate.
The A’s have played .500 ball since acquiring pitcher Jon Lester; wouldn’t they have loved to have had Yoenis Cespedes’ bat the past three weeks?
Hours after the July 31 blockbuster trades in which the A’s traded slugger Yoenis Cespedes to the Boston Red Sox for ace Jon Lester and Tampa Bay sent ace David Price to the Tigers, we were dreaming of pitching matchups for the American League Championship Series between Oakland and Detroit.
That deep sigh sweeping through Sacramento? Kings management and fans wincing when DeMarcus Cousins was injured while going for a loose ball in Team USA’s practice Thursday in Chicago.
The Giants gave their fans something to cheer about Wednesday at AT&T Park with a 7-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox that ended a five-game losing streak.
There was a time when Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods was considered “The Most Interesting Man in the Golfing World.”
Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig. Joe DiMaggio. Mickey Mantle. Theyre the Mount Rushmore of New York Yankees baseball, and none had as many hits as Derek Jeter.
It’s bad enough the 49ers lost 23-3 to the Ravens in their preseason opener, but did the NFL have to sell the “red zone” to Toyota in such an obnoxious way?
The Spurs continue to make news for all the right reasons. On Tuesday, they announced that Becky Hammon will become the NBAs first female full-time assistant coach when she retires from her 16-year WNBA career at the end of this season.
The Giants won’t have pitcher Matt Cain to rely on in the final stretch of the season. He’s scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery Monday to remove bone chips from his right elbow. Without Cain, who will be the Giants’ go-to pitcher?