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Steve Geltz picked up his third loss of the season Friday night as he allowed the go-ahead run to score in extra-innings against the Red Sox.
Days prior to the NHL Draft, Florida Panthers Executive Vice President and President Dale Tallon said he was looking to add more speed and scoring to the roster. Florida certainly did that as the team selected Lawson Crouse with
Another wing? Should Magic fans be kissing good-bye to Tobias Harris now?
Former Bucs CB Phillip Buchanon joined Sports Talk Live today to talk about speaking at the NFL Rookie Symposium and his new book "New Money: Staying Rich."
The University of Miami has dismissed offensive lineman Taylor Gadbois from the Hurricanes football team. Gadbois, a 6-foot-8, 320-pound redshirt junior, was set to compete for a starting left tackle position. However, on Thursday, head coach Al Golden told
Jake Bauers hits a home run while going 3-for-5 in his Double-A debut. Hak-Ju Lee's Grand Slam caps seven run inning but Bulls fall to Toledo 10-7.
A lot of talk has been made about Dwyane Wade possibly leaving the Miami Heat. If by some chance Wade opts out of his contract and doesn’t return to South Beach, it appears the Heat have found his heir
Marc Krauss was acquired from the Los Angeles Angles and will help the Tampa Bay Rays shore up their first base situation until Jaso or Loney returns.
Players such as Ezekiel Elliot, Derrick Henry, Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams will likely headline the 2016 NFL Draft running back class. Each of those backs will be billed as every-down backs due to their size while smaller backs
University of South Florida jumper Matthew O’Neal will represent USA in the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea. The World University Games begin on July 3 and the track and field events will take place July 10-12.