Braves outfielder Jason Heyward sustained two jaw fractures when he was struck by a 90-mph fastball from Mets left-hander Jonathon Niese on Wednesday. He will undergo surgery Thursday, and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. We wish him a speedy recovery.
The 2017 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is upon us. Only one person will win your office bracket pick ‘em pool. But everyone can have a funny, crazy, or clever March Madness bracket team or group name. Here are 68 names that should get a laugh, from the First Four to the Final Four.
Arnold Palmer will always be missed in the world of golf.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational has rolled around for the first time without its legendary host. The iconic golfer passed away September 2016 and it was a tough blow for everyone in sports. Mastercard has released a tribute ahead of the event to honor Palmer with an #ArnieWould campaign and it may bring a tear to your eye.
League bowling has long been one of America’s favorite leisure sports. It brings together a sense of community, nostalgia and competitiveness that goes unmatched by most other American pastimes. The one thing that separates league bowling from other competitive leisure sports is its unique sense of humor, as well as its broad range of personalities. Something that is often reflected in many of the team names. So, with that in mind, we decided to scour the internet for the top 100 funny, clever, crazy, outrageous, and unique bowling league team names.
Some must-see March Madness moments are off the court.
Samuel L. Jackson, Spike Lee, and Charles Barkley are back with another round of their famous Capital One "Road to the Final Four" commercials and they do not disappoint. Here's hoping these commercials dominate the airways as March Madness action tips off.
Former Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight recently called into The Dan Patrick Show and was asked about a possible return. His answer is probably not what some fans were hoping. Although the infamous coach will never forget the fans, he had less pleasant words for the higher ups working there.
Women in sports have a harder job than their counterparts. There's constant pressure to look a certain way at all times, however that's nearly impossible.
ESPN's Sam Ponder is currently pregnant and at the moment is still putting in work. Unfortunately a pregnancy isn't enough to get the trolls off her back. After receiving a few messages regarding her appearance, the reporter decided to tweet her thoughts on the situation.