The Seattle Mariners have fired manager Lloyd McClendon after two seasons, with new general manager Jerry Dipoto choosing to bring in his own field boss to take over Seattle's operations.
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This year has a different feel to it. There's a new owner and new front office personnel calling the shots for Chicago and more young talent in the Friendly Confines than there has been in a long time.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully won't be calling any games in the baseball playoffs after undergoing a medical procedure.
The NBA is investigating the incident between Grizzlies forward Matt Barnes and Knicks coach and former teammate Derek Fisher, a situation Barnes said is "personal matter" involving someone who was a good friend at one point.
The Pac-12 has been filled with surprises and new teams rising toward the top. Two of those rising teams will meet Saturday in Utah, highlighting this week's games in the big conference out West.
Sepp Blatter is out of a job at FIFA. Michel Platini might never even get there.
A New Jersey man hopes an appeals court will revive a lawsuit that accuses the National Football League of pricing average football fans out of the Super Bowl.
Goodell said Wednesday the owners expressed interest "in wanting to be there, but also recognize we need to find solutions. Our relocation policy is very important."
He will begin his 13th NFL season at home Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers in a matchup of teams that are 2-2.
When Charles Woodson entered the NFL nearly two decades ago, the idea that he'd still be playing at age 39 never crossed his mind.
San Francisco coach Jim Tomsula remains committed to Colin Kaepernick as his quarterback and maintains the fifth-year pro has not lost any confidence.
No one epitomizes the Los Angeles Dodgers' recent playoff failures more than Clayton Kershaw. As brilliant as he's been in his career — winning last year's NL MVP and three Cy Young Awards — the ace has yet to achieve success in the postseason.
It's football season, and baseball playoffs are starting. Don't have cable? You can still watch.
The league's owners approved more such games through 2025 on Wednesday, including ones in places other than England - possibly Mexico, Germany and Canada.
Many believe Harvick backed his car into the wall during his celebratory burnout perhaps in an intentional attempt to create damage to his Chevrolet that would limit NASCAR's ability to do a proper post-race inspection.
ESPN is cutting sponsored DraftKings elements from within its shows but not commercials from the daily fantasy sports site. That's according to ESPN Outside the Lines host Bob Ley, who revealed the shift during his show Tuesday.
If K.J. Wright had simply fallen on the loose ball as it bounced, there would be no controversy hanging over the Seattle Seahawks.