Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura stole first base against the Cubs. Yes, you read that correctly. Segura was caught in a rundown between second and third and while he was being ran back to second base, Ryan Braun, who was on first when Segura attempted his steal of third, advanced to second where both he and Segura were tagged. Segura, who was actually safe at second, started running to the dugout thinking he was out before being instructed to stop on first base. Braun was called out at second. Segura was then thrown out attempting to steal second base, again.
As you’ve heard, the Baylor football program is in some trouble. Were it a train, it would still be on the tracks, but there would be (…)
Chris Berman, the longtime ESPN sportscaster who has been with the company since 1979, is leaving the network after next football season, (…)
Timmy Jernigan and Warren Sapp are alike in that both grew up in Florida and played on the defensive line in the NFL. And that’s (…)
The NCAA must step in and punish Baylor for its disgraceful inaction in the face of a mountain of sexual assault charges against athletes.
Anthony Davis missed out on $24 million thanks to just missing All-NBA recognition on Thursday.
The Houston Rockets hired Mike D’Antoni on Thursday and it was an awful decision.
Wash Wizard Markieff Morris detained @ PHL Int. airport today when “suspected marijuana” allegedly found in his bag, per law (…)
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