As late as Jan. 2, the Blues were in last place overall in the NHL. Now, they’re four wins away from hoisting the first Stanley Cup in franchise history after eliminating the Sharks in Game 6 of the Western Conference finals Tuesday night.
By signing to play in Japan and shunning the draft, Carter Stewart will make himself millions of dollars and might be changing the way baseball does business.
Carter Stewart is in agreement with a Japanese team on a deal that could set a new precedent for young prospects looking to make more money early in their careers.
Conor McGregor, in a recently released interview with self-help guru Tony Robbins, opened up about his postfight melee with Khabib Nurmagomedov’s team at UFC 229 in October and said “it’s on them” if a rematch doesn’t happen.
Baltimore is on pace to give up 338 homers this year, which would shatter the current record of 258.
Head coach Terry Stotts has guided Portland to six consecutive playoff appearances.
For the first time since the 1984-85 season, the top five selections in the NBA draft made up the NBA’s All-Rookie first team that was announced Tuesday.
Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm will undergo arthroscopic surgery to remove a loose body in her left knee and is out indefinitely, the team announced. Bird has been part of all three Storm championship teams.
Maurice Hamilton looks back on an interview with Niki Lauda in which the three-time world champion opened up about his biggest triumph and greatest despair.
Ed Cooley, who interviewed for the coaching vacancy at Michigan, will instead remain with Providence. He has led the Friars to the NCAA tournament in five of his eight seasons.