Club also loses midfielder Bryang Kayo, who aspires to play overseas, to Orange County SC.
The Nationals left-hander, the most trusted arm in the bullpen, is changing his approach in hopes that his stuff will look as it always has.
Coach Michael Locksley said his team's failures against Temple "sticks in my craw a little bit.”
Wyllie, the team's senior vice president for communications, is taking a job with the Special Olympics.
Nick Foles's replacement brings a wacky look, and a solid game, to an NFL that could use a fresh face.
Washington could be without two of its best players for a second straight week.
Right-hander will remain on leave for a minimum of seven games, per MLB’s domestic violence policy.
Defensive lineman Antonio Alfano has been away from the team and missing classes.
The Capitals will continue to trim down their roster before the Oct. 1 deadline.
Judoka Saeid Mollaei left the Iranian team after losing the bronze medal bout in the World Judo Championships and has been hiding in Germany.
New York's coach wasn't thrilled with the WFAN host after he called his team "terrible" to his face.
"At a time when the league and sport is trying to do all that it can to get the calls right, there’s more controversy than there’s ever been before," the Hall of Famer said.
Nikki McCray-Penson and Murriel Page are especially happy for the fans who have supported the team since its inauspicious start.
Increasingly rebellious young players have a cause: Defy rookie wage system.