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World Series champ Derek Lowe on taking down Annika Sorenstam and what's bothering him about the Aaron Judge home-run chase
In the 2004 American League Championship Series, the Boston Red Sox, trailing 3-0 to the New York Yankees after three games, called upon starting pitcher Derek Lowe to stop the bleeding in Game 4. While he didn't get the win, he held the Yankees to three runs on six hits, and the Sox went on to win in extras. They extended the series to Game 7 in the Bronx, where Lowe was called upon again, this time on just two days rest.
A year removed from the worst statistical season of his career, New York Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil clinched the National League batting title Wednesday, on the final date of the 2022 regular season. McNeil edged out Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman for the batting title. McNeil finished...
The 2022 Major League Baseball season is drawing to a close and that means it’s time for the MLB playoffs.
Just when you thought we had put #GalleryRopeGate behind us, Josh Allen has brought it back. And we’re not mad about it. As you probably know, Bryson DeChambeau was captured freaking out on video when a gallery rope at the LIV event in Chicago caught him in the face. It’s been the talk of golf social media for the past two weeks.
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Davis Love III reveals the sneaky superstition that saved Jordan Spieth—and Team USA—at the Presidents Cup
Jordan Spieth and Team USA cruised to a five-point win at the 2022 Presidents Cup, but things got dicier than they looked for Davis Love III's squad that final Sunday. Thanks to a lucky ball marker and an unlucky hat. Sort of. We'll let Captain Love explain. Appearing on the...
Stephen Curry has accomplished a number of rare feats in his career, and he will undoubtedly accomplish more. Yet none of them might be as impressive as the one he accomplished Monday, and it didn't even involve shooting a basketball. Curry is set to begin his 14th season in the...
It’s the start of a new season on the PGA Tour where hope springs eternal for players. And, as it turns out, new golf equipment, too. Today marked the official debut of the next generation of Titleist Pro V1/Pro V1x golf balls, a new G driver from Ping and new wedges from Cleveland. And the excitement apparently even got the best of one player, the LPGA's Maja Stark, who put in play a club too new for competition, resulting in a DQ on the LPGA Tour late last week.
Basketball Twitter discovered a French player named Steeve Ho You Fat and the world will never be the same
On Tuesday, the basketball world stopped and stared as 7’ 5” French phenom and projected number-one-overall draft pick Victor Wembanyama suited up for his first professional basketball game on American soil, squaring off against the G League Ignite and presumptive number-two-overall pick Scoot Henderson just outside Las Vegas. Despite the youth and star power on show, however, it was a 34-year-old French journeyman who stole all the headlines. His name?
If Patrick Welch held the golf club normally—right hand low, left hand high—you wouldn't even notice he was in the field this week at the Shriners Children's Open. But Welch does not hold the golf club normally, and the abnormal always sparks interest from the masses in this sport (see: Wolff, Matthew).
Phoenix Suns pick up right where they left off, lose in historic fashion to Australia basketball team
Every year, the NBA sends a bunch of teams to scrimmage overseas squads in order to grow the game and get international fans excited for the upcoming season. Perhaps the league should’ve thought twice before sending the trainwreck Phoenix Suns to Australia. The No. 1 seed in the Western...
Death, taxes, and LeGarette Blount punching people on the football field. Blount, who retired from the NFL in 2020 but had not played since 2018, is now coaching youth football in Gilbert, Arizona. Following a 12-and-under game this past weekend, Blount was involved in a skirmish with a number of other grown adults, and he obviously took a swing on someone because that's what LeGarette Blount does. It's sort of his calling card.