Parts of this year's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view seem like a forgone conclusion as to who its winners will be.
What does Celtics forward Jayson Tatum like to eat with his family after games?Tacos — and that’s what inspired his latest Jordan 34 PE colorway.
Rory McIlroy will play alongside Francesco Molinari and Justin Rose in the first two rounds of the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week.
This year's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view is the last stop before WrestleMania in April, and there are a lot of matches this Sunday that can affect the biggest show on WWE's calendar.
The most burning question in recent NFL history moved a step closer to being answered on Tuesday, when Tom Brady announced he will not be returning to the New England Patriots.
Kevin Pillar’s highlight reel plays in center field don’t always translate over to statistics and player rankings – but Pillar, 31, doesn’t place too much stock in the numbers, anyway.
The Red Sox signed right-handed pitcher Collin McHugh to a one-year contract for the 2020 season. McHugh, 32, is 58-43 with a 3.95 ERA in 210 career major league outings, including 119 starts and 91 relief appearances. In six seasons with the Houston Astros he was 58-35 with a 3.63 ERA, pitching exclusively as a starter from 2014-17 and appearing only in relief in 2018. He split the 2019 season between the two roles.
Josh Speidel had more than a dozen offers to play Division I basketball when he committed to play at Vermont before his senior year of high school. But after a car accident during his senior year of high school left him in a coma with a traumatic brain injury, his D1 dreams were put on hold.
Reports surfaced Thursday that former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning could land a deal with ESPN to analyze Monday Night Football games. The deal could be worth as much as $20 million for Manning, which would surpass the $17 million a year that CBS recently agreed to pay Tony Romo to stay with their network.
J.D. Martinez wants to change Major League Baseball – just not by banning in-game video.After MLB proposed banning players’ access to video during games (a move the union opposed, saying it should be available without catchers’ signs being visible), J.D. Martinez told Sports Illustrated‘s Tom Verducci (and players’ association heads) that the idea was “ridiculous.”