Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday on a DUI charge in Jupiter, Florida, and spent nearly four hours in a county jail before he was released.
Frank Deford, the award-winning sports writer and commentator whose elegant reportage was a staple for years at Sports Illustrated and National Public Radio, has died. He was 78.
The first baseman is hitting .321 this month.
At the end of 500 miles around Indianapolis Motor Speedway, it was a former Formula One driver who took the checkered flag.
Bedoya will definitely miss the Union's June 3 game at New York City FC. Medunjanin could too, but it's not official yet.
It’s official: Tony Romo is a sports broadcaster.
Andre Blake made seven saves, but that wasn't enough in a 1-0 loss.
The late Phillies pitcher touched a lot of lives.
The Soul remain undefeated after Washington’s late rally ended with a failed extra point attempt.
The first baseman also homered in the victory over the Reds.
When Jim Bunning was near the end of his career and Larry Bowa was at the beginning of his, their baseball paths intersected.
Bowa has always been grateful...
The results call into question the front office's evaluation process.
And that team, with its 23-game losing streak, was epically bad.
Jim Bunning, the only person elected both to baseball's Hall of Fame and the U.S. Senate and a central figure in the best and worst moments of the Phillies' historic 1964 season, died Saturday.
The quarterback took steps to get better in the offseason, and history is on his side.