The Mets’ Noah Syndergaard lasted five innings against the Washington Nationals on Friday, allowing one run on two walks and seven hits. He threw three strikeouts in his return from a finger injury.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Justify working out at Belmont Park.
Saddiq Bey, taking a free throw for Sidwell Friends School this season, is expected to play major college basketball even though his high school has not historically produced such talents.
The Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Dakari Johnson comes from a long line of Brooklyn-born basketball players.
Cleveland’s J.R. Smith dribbled away from the basket after a rebound late in the game. LeBron James tried to steer him the right way.
Russian hackers released a new set of stolen emails on Wednesday, part of an effort to highlight disagreements between global sports officials and international doping regulators.
Jordan Spieth, teeing off on No. 18, had a bogey-free round of 65 on Saturday, but has not won a tournament since last year’s British Open.
The World Armwrestling League is one of a growing number of niche sports organizations that believe they can become profitable streaming their competitions.
Gabrielle Daleman of Canada showing the beauty of a spin.
Paul Scott, a former bureaucrat at the N.F.L.’s disability plan, has turned the arcane knowledge he acquired into a thriving business helping players get thousands of dollars in benefits.
Luka Doncic may have been the most hyped player in Thursday night’s N.B.A. draft. The frenzy of his first few hours as a Dallas Maverick would suggest so.
Olympic skiers like Ted Ligety are wearing tape on their faces to combat the cold and wind. But then they have to take it off.
Tyler George bought his Skechers at a shopping mall in Duluth, Minn., eight years ago. He might win a gold medal in them.
Vantiv Entertainment Solutions told its daily fantasy clients, which include FanDuel and DraftKings, that it “will suspend all processing for payment transactions.”
Gary Sanchez had to reach far across the plate to connect for a two-run opposite-field single in the fifth inning of the Yankees’ victory over the Houston Astros on Wednesday.
Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece at the Barcelona Open in April. Tsitsipas, ranked 35th in the world, plays with a one-handed backhand.
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