Archive for 2017/08


Celtics add 2020 second-rounder to complete Kyrie Irving blockbuster trade

Kyrie Irving appears to be on his way to Boston, again.

Albert Pujols ties Jim Thome for seventh on all-time HR list

Pujols’ second home run in Wednesday night’s game tied him with Thome for seventh all time.

Stephen Strasburg tosses complete-game shutout, hits HR in win over Marlins

Strasburg helped the Nats beat the Marlins with his arm and bat Wednesday.

‘It can be done’ – Alonso believes Real Madrid can being home six trophies this season

Los Blancos are always among the favorites, but their former midfielder says an impressive trophy haul is possible this season

Tottenham future looks grim for Cameron Carter-Vickers

The highly-regarded young American center back is facing worsening prospects at Tottenham, where his outlook for the future doesn’t seem very bright

FS1 to pursue ‘unicorn’ of late-night TV after it gets ‘First Things First’ rolling

Now that Fox Sports 1 is close to completing its morning lineup with “First Things First,” it’s gearing up to resume playing in the 11 p.m. ET sandbox. The network last winter canceled the sports-and-comedy show it had in that time slot.

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer stories from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond throughout the ongoing summer window

Australia’s World Cup hopes boosted as UAE defeat Saudi Arabia

The surprise victory by the Emratis means Ange Postecoglou’s men can qualify for Russia with a win over the Blue Samurai on Thursday

Oles at the Marcana, altitude and the rise of Jesus – Five great Brazil-Ecuador clashes

While once minnows, Thursday’s opponents are now anything but the walkovers they were when the sides first met back in 1949

Oles at the Marcana, altitude and the rise of Jesus – Five great Brazil-Ecuador clashes

While once minnows, Thursday’s opponents are now anything but the walkovers they were when the sides first met back in 1949