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While Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich were happy to be traded by the Miami Marlins, right-hander Dan Straily says he wants to be a cornerstone of the team's rebuilding plan.
Yankees minor league infielder Thairo Estrada is recovering after he was shot in the right hip in late January during a robbery attempt outside of a restaurant in Venezuela.
In an effort to advance his game, Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo hopes to learn from NBA legend Kobe Bryant.
Kobe Bryant told ESPN's Jalen Rose that it takes a special kind of player to want to play for the Lakers franchise, and that if he has to persuade anyone to uphold the Lakers' standard, that player should go someplace else.
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone returns to the Octagon for the first time since October on Sunday versus Yancy Medeiros. Despite a recent skid and a prolonged absence, his marketability for the UFC remains undeniable.
With a platinum-blond hairdo, a motivated Francisco Lindor arrived at spring training with a desire to make good on the success Cleveland has had in its past two seasons.
The Wildcats have owned the Big East, but recent losses have opened the door for the Musketeers to take the league, starting with Saturday's matchup.
Ryan Donato is just one of many NHL prospects to shine in Pyeongchang. Eeli Tolvanen, the Predators' top 2017 pick, has six points for Finland, and Wild draftee Kirill Kaprizov had a hat trick for OAR.
Saturday's highlights in Pyeongchang include Nathan Chen, who hopes to rebound from a disastrous short program, while Lindsey Vonn makes her Pyeongchang debut in Super-G.
Despite accusations of mishandled sexual assault claims against his football program, Mark Dantonio's annual contract extension was approved by Michigan State on Friday.
After a string of 15 consecutive most popular driver awards, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have to pass the torch to a fresh face this year. In honor of Junior's original No. 8 car, here are eight likable choices.
Chase Elliott in the top five? Erik Jones in the top 10? William Byron a fixture in the playoff hunt? Believe it. And those aren't the only ones due for a breakout season, according to Mike Clay.
Being on the road all the time can get lonely for athletes, but Vonn has found a way to combat the loneliness, and her name is Lucy.
Thursday saw four ranked teams get upset by unranked opponents. For Purdue, the loss could cost them a No. 1 seed.
Jason Vargas, who was 18-11 and an All-Star selection for the Royals in 2017, has agreed to terms on a two-year, $16 million deal with the Mets, a source told ESPN.
While players get all the attention during trade season, what about the men pulling the strings in the front office? We slot all of them into one of eight tiers, from Golden Boys to Disaster Artists. Plus, Jersey Foul of the Week, Hall for Hart and more.
In a league as competitive as the Big 12, opportunities abound for quality wins. The problem, as Texas and Oklahoma are learning in recent weeks, is winning those games.
Sabres winger Evander Kane is one of the biggest names on the market. Could we see Jumbo Joe Thornton feathering passes to him with the Sharks? Will the Predators pounce if they don't land Rick Nash? And would Kane be a good fit on the Kings' top line?
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck, who missed the 2017 season with a shoulder injury, says he's looking forward to working with new coach Frank Reich.