Responding to raised rhetoric, Commissioner Rob Manfred defends modest contract offers as ‘sound decisions.’

Rob Manfred and Tony Clark dialed up the bitter rhetoric in remarks before the All-Star Game that pointed to a possible labor clash despite their shared interest in improving the game on the field.

Mercy.

The Edmonton Eskimos have 10 days to make an offer to or cut ties with Owens, who last played in the NFL in 2010.

The flash sale applies to lower-level outfield seats for five upcoming games.

Once one of the game’s brightest stars, he was considered damaged goods in spring training before a physical makeover led to a resurgence.

The very best photos, moment by moment, of Harper's dramatic victory.

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There is reason for optimism around Watson — he led the league with 24.4 fantasy points per game before his injury — but the injury coupled with the small sample size of games played make this a choice with high risk in addition to high reward.

It hasn't rained all that much at Carnoustie, and things could get interesting off the tee.

Young, a Class of 2019 recruit from DeMatha, received offers from George Mason and UNC Charlotte after his highlight-filled Peach Jam performance for Team Takeover.

Two former Nationals are making their first career Midsummer Classic appearances in a familiar place.

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Injuries figure to play a prominent role in deciding the draft order of fantasy's top QBs in 2018.

Tuesday's moment will take place at the end of the fifth inning.

As excuses go, that one is pretty solid.

Up against Giancarlo Stanton and Andrew Benintendi in the final vote, the Seattle Mariners' communications team pulled off a frenetic three-day marketing campaign to send their shortstop to Washington.

“I always say Warren [LeGarie] deserves a commission from the NFL and the NHL,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says. "He paved the way for the other leagues to ultimately come to town.”

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