Baltimore Orioles reliever Brian Matusz, who was ejected Saturday for using a sticky substance that was on his right arm, was suspended eight games Monday.
Defending champion Maria Sharapova had to work harder than she had hoped, but she advanced to the second round of the French Open.
UCLA is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA baseball tournament for the first time.
LeBron James vehemently defended Cavs point guard Matthew Dellavedova on Sunday against any suggestion that he is a dirty player.
The Minnesota Vikings will open their optional team practices this week without Adrian Peterson.
The Atlanta Hawks' Al Horford was ejected after receiving a flagrant 2 foul after bringing his arm down on a falling Matthew Dellavedova late in the first half.
Jim Bowden lays out the 20 players most likely to be dealt by July 31, including a trade likeliness rating, interested teams and best fit for each guy.
Carl Edwards held off Greg Biffle on Saturday night to win NASCAR's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600.
Roger Federer was upset that a selfie-seeking fan approached him on center court Sunday after his first-round victory at the French Open.
Greg Hardy wouldn't be on the Dallas Cowboys if Hall of Famer Roger Staubach were making the call.
James' 37-point, 18-rebound, 13-assist Game 3 was clutch, but ultimately rates as another day at the playoff office, not one of his classics.
Chuck Horne, owner of the Eagle Brook Saloon in Norfolk, Massachusetts, debuted the Free Brady Blonde IPA in support of suspended Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and defiance of the NFL's penalty.
The Warriors responded on Friday to a lawsuit brought against the team and Ticketmaster by ticket resale site StubHub by filing a motion to dismiss the case.
Dozens of New England Patriots fans filled a parking lot at Gillette Stadium to protest the four-game suspension handed to quarterback Tom Brady over the "Deflategate" scandal.
When Denver and Maryland meet for the national championship on Monday one thing is clear: Lacrosse will be better for it.
Steven Stamkos' game has bounced back to the point where he's got his Lightning one win away from the Stanley Cup finals.
Circumstances and youth in 2000 meant Juan Pablo Montoya didn't really revel in his first Indianapolis 500 victory. Winning his second one Sunday was much sweeter.