Yadier Molina hit a ball into the lights. Well, not really “into the lights,” but that is how it looked to Jason Werth. Props to Werth for trying to act like he caught it, but Molina didn’t fall for it. He turned on the jets and ended up all the way on 2nd base. The good news for Nationals fans is that Werth made up for the error at the plate (0-3) an the game wasn’t close. (Nats down 8-0.)
Lonzo Ball says he’s better than Markelle Fultz.
Ready for a LaVar Ball reality show? It could be coming.
A look at the U.S.’s important World Cup qualifier at Panama tonight.
Shell Houston Open Odds, TV Schedule, Tee Times: Stenson, Spieth, Scott, Fowler, Rahm Headline a Solid Field
One more tournament before the Masters!
It may not be the most pressing question surrounding Donald Trump’s young presidency. It’s still something inquiring (…)
Hopefully everything works out.
Gonzaga Reaches Final Four Nearly 20 Years After Cinderella Coach Bolted For "Better Job" at Minnesota
What would have happened if Mark Few didn’t get to replace Dan Monson after that 1999 run?