Luis Rojas in the Mets’ dugout last season. He has managed at the Class A and Class AA levels for the club.
The identity of the voter who kept Derek Jeter from being a unanimous Hall of Fame pick may never be known
Morgan Wootten, who was head basketball coach at DeMatha High School, announcing in 2002 that he was stepping down.
With increased pay, improved travel and a host of new maternity benefits, the WNBA's latest collective bargaining agreement (CBA) sent up roars of celebration that reached beyond women's basketball.
Eli Manning, the Giants’ quarterback for 16 seasons, led the team to two Super Bowl titles.
Manchester United's Champions League qualification hopes suffered a blow with a 2-0 upset at home to Burnley in the Premier League on Wednesday, as the Old Trafford fans vented their anger at the club's U.S. owners.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows how badly he's doing at Manchester United but he manager can't seem to find any solutions
Packers coach Matt LaFleur has decided to stick with Mike Pettine as his defensive coordinator
Silvio De Sousa of Kansas, left, was in the thick of a late-game brawl.
Wide receiver Velus Jones will join Tennessee as a graduate transfer from Southern California
Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers mascot, was accused of punching a 13-year-old boy in the back during a fan event.
Tamas Ajan will stand aside as president of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) for 90 days pending investigations into allegations of corruption, the governing body said in a statement on Wednesday.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is retiring after 16 NFL seasons, the team announced Wednesday.
Jared Wolfe wins in Bahamas for first Korn Ferry Tour title
Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur has decided to stick with Mike Pettine as his defensive coordinator
Mayors launch task force to oppose minor league contraction
Man United loses 2-0 to Burnley to deepen league struggles
Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers' fuzzy, orange mascot, is under investigation for an alleged physical assault of a 13-year-old boy during a photo shoot at the team's stadium back in November, multiple outlets reported Wednesday.
Major League Baseball will test computer plate umpires during spring training but will not use the system for decisions in any exhibition games
Fans at Royals FanFest at the Kansas City Convention Center on Friday will be in a position to watch catcher Salvador Perez become a U.S. citizen.
Rory McIlroy on Wednesday said he has achieved everything he ever wanted to on the golf course and that success gives him the freedom to play an aggressive style that could see him retake the world number one position this week.
Maya Moore, the Minnesota Lynx star, on her way to visit the prisoner last year she believes was wrongfully convicted and should be released.
LVMH's Louis Vuitton said on Wednesday it had struck a partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA), a major men's professional league, as the luxury goods brand ramps up its efforts to make a splash in the United States.
Eastern Michigan will pay former softball player Ariana Chretien and tennis player Marie Mayerova $25,000 to settle a lawsuit that accused the school of discrimination when it eliminated their softball and tennis in 2018.
Tiger Woods will be chasing history at one of his favorite venues this week, but he won't be the betting favorite when he tees it up at the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Wednesday it had provisionally suspended the status of Moscow's anti-doping laboratory that had allowed it to analyse athlete biological passports (ABP) as Russia's doping scandal continues.
High jumper Maria Lasitskene, a three-time world champion, is getting a feeling of deja vu as she readies for the prospect of missing a second consecutive Olympics because of doping scandals at Russia's athletics federation.
Naomi Osaka, the reigning Australian Open champion, was 14-1 entering this year’s first Grand Slam tournament after losing in the United States Open.
Zion Williamson is expected to make his debut for the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday against the Spurs.
Dallas Mavericks starting center Dwight Powell suffered a "severe" right Achilles injury during Tuesday night's 110-107 home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, coach Rick Carlisle confirmed.
Athletes wearing the controversial Nike Vaporfly shoes have backed themselves to set fast times at the Dubai Marathon this Friday as they make their case for Olympic selection.
Rafa Nadal's immediate focus may not be on matching great rival Roger Federer's tally of 20 Grand Slam titles, but the Spanish world number one would go one step closer at the Australian Open on Thursday with a win over Federico Delbonis.
Australian Open contenders Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer recorded impressive wins to reach the third round at Melbourne Park on Tuesday.
Roger Federer displayed imperious form to canter into the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday with a 6-1 6-4 6-1 thumping of Serb Filip Krajinovic, leaving the 20-time Grand Slam champion feeling a "little bit sorry" for his opponent.
Little Caesars pizza chain, Facebook and the running brand Saucony will buy their first Super Bowl ads ever this year, taking advantage of one of the last events that enjoys a large live audience in an era where streaming services like Netflix have splintered TV viewing habits.
Global football union FIFPro says it will support any soccer player who defies a International Olympic Committee (IOC) ban on political protests and statements during events at the Olympic Games in Tokyo this year.
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah will begin his Tokyo Games preparations by going head-to-head with Kenenisa Bekele at the Big Half race in March, organizers said on Wednesday.
Next month's women's Olympic football qualifiers in Wuhan have been shifted to Nanjing, the Asian Football Confederation said on Wednesday, following an outbreak of the new coronavirus in the central Chinese city.
For the second time in three years, Tennys Sandgren defied his lowly ranking to send a top 10 seed out of the second round of the Australian Open on Wednesday when he outslugged Matteo Berrettini 7-6(7) 6-4 4-6 2-6 7-5.
Derek Jeter after his final game at Yankee Stadium, in 2014.
After losing in the first round, Maria Sharapova said she couldn’t predict where her career was headed. Caroline Wozniacki, who is set to retire after this tournament, won in the second round.
Derek Jeter before his final game at Yankee Stadium.
Zion Williamson is expected to make his regular-season debut for the Pelicans against the Spurs on Wednesday.
The striker will enter the league as its highest-paid player and raise the stakes in a nascent Los Angeles rivalry with L.A.F.C.
Stephen M. Ross, who owns the Miami Dolphins, has pressured European soccer clubs to buy into something akin to a Champions League on tour.
Former NCAA executive Mark Lewis told ESPN that if the priority is to monetize college sports, "then you can't expect the players to live by the same set of rules [as they did in the past]. ... It's just a question of fairness."
By streaking across the field and flipping a ball toward home plate, Derek Jeter saved a crucial run in Game 3 of the 2001 American League division series between the Yankees and the Oakland Athletics.
Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., on the final day of its season last year.
Gauff won, 7-6 (5), 6-3, by showing plenty of power and finesse.
A banner with portraits of Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was displayed during a match between Real Madrid and Valencia.
Tiger Woods missed golf’s return to the Olympics in 2016, but is eager to play in Tokyo this year.
Playing in a stadium abounding with warm memories, San Francisco will seek to join New England and Pittsburgh as the only franchises to win six Super Bowl titles.
Dave Salo will retire as Southern California men's and women's swimming coach after 14 years when the season ends in late March, but he will continue coaching Olympic hopefuls who train on the school's campus.
The 2020 NCAA gymnastics season has begun, and though Katelyn Ohashi has graduated, there are plenty of other gymnasts whose routines could go viral this year.
A member of the Holy Cross women's crew team was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash in Vero Beach, Florida, according to police.
Tim Hudson, a former standout pitcher and hitter for Auburn before embarking on a 17-year MLB career in which he won 222 games with a 3.49 ERA and 2,080 strikeouts, has been hired as the Tigers' pitching coach.
A new gender equality report shows that strides have been made in access to women's sports for athletes, but a lot of barriers still exist.
The late David Williams II, who retired as Vanderbilt athletic director last January and died Feb. 8 just hours before his retirement party, is the 2020 winner of the NCAA president's Pat Summitt Award.
Joseph "Joe" Roberson, who served as the athletic director at Michigan from 1994 to 1997, died Monday at the age of 84. U-M teams won 20 conference titles -- and the 1997 national championship in football -- during his tenure.
Blue bloods have struggled, but North Dakota has rebounded, and Cornell has a top defense. Let's check in on the college landscape.
Florida sophomore Trinity Thomas is doing something few other gymnastics have attempted -- competing, and succeeding, in elite and NCAA at the same time.
Charles Barkley is donating $1 million to Miles College, a traditionally black institution in Alabama.
Graeme Abel, formerly an assistant with the U.S. women's national team, was introduced as the new Oregon women's soccer coach on Monday.
The Mets have hired longtime St. John's baseball coach Ed Blankmeyer to manage their Class A team in Brooklyn.
Most gymnastics fans thought former national champion Ragan Smith would be vying for a spot on the Olympic team this summer. But after a series of injuries, she opted to enroll at Oklahoma and is instead aiming to make a big impact on NCAA gymnastics.