Indians fans won't get to see Charlie Sheen unleash the "Terminator" at Progressive Field.

Himself a noted White Sox fan, President Obama called Murray's Cubs gear "troubling."

The NBA does a solid for sports fans of Titleland, Ohio.


Michigan wins, but Ruth’s Chris Steak House loses

This is very bad news for America's cattle.

As NFL viewership slumps, TV networks pay a price in ad giveaways

The billion-dollar question: Is this an aberration or the start of a serious decline?

SEC commissioner says LSU-Florida game ‘needs to be played’

The game has been indefinitely postponed because of Hurricane Matthew, leading to finger-pointing by both sides.

"Brian will lead this team out of the tunnel opening day next year," Jack Swarbrick says.

The over-under could be the highest we've seen in decades.

Committee to begin discussions on the matter with the end goal of introducing new legislation.

Once again, the league mishandles a domestic violence case.

'This is for Pat,' the WNBA Finals MVP said in a tearful postgame interview.

The beloved broadcaster returned to Dodger Stadium for the first time since retiring after a 67-year career.

Sheen played the infamous Indians fireballer "Rick Vaughn" in the hit movies "Major League" and "Major League II."

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