No-Hitter for Cole Hamels; Trade May Follow
Hamels (6-7) struck out 13, tossing his first career no-hitter in what could be his final start for the Phillies.
Cole Hamels of Phillies Pitches No-Hitter Against Cubs
The Philadelphia ace became the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs in 50 years, but he is facing the trading block....
A Back Porch Filled With Stars, as Is the Nearby Hall of Fame
The Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown, N.Y., is transformed once a year into an exclusive weekend hideaway for Hall of Famers and their families....
For Alex Rodriguez, It’s Another Big Number
Alex Rodriguez will turn 40 on Monday, and his sense of accomplishment this year stems not only from his bouncing back after seasons of decline but...
Move to Disc Brakes, on Trial Basis, Stirs Concern Among Riders
The International Cycling Union will allow professional road cycling teams to give disc brakes a tryout at two races of their choice in August and...
Orlando City S.C. and New York City F.C. Take Different Paths in M.L.S.
The two franchises, who joined Major League Soccer this year, have experienced much of the same excitement and handled many of the same obstacles...
On Baseball: Diamondbacks’ Player Has Miguel Cabrera’s Likeness, if Not Yet His Power
The Diamondbacks’ Yasmany Tomas appreciates a comparison to the Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera, but he is willing to wait for his power to develop....
The Pursuit of Nick Saban: Alabama vs. Texas
A behind-the-scenes look at Nick Saban’s reported interest in taking over the Texas program after the winning the national title at Alabama in the...
United States Gets Favorable Draw in World Cup Qualifying
With Seth Blatter and Vladimir V. Putin on hand, FIFA held an elaborate ceremony in St. Petersburg as a milestone for the 2018 tournament in...
Mets Trade for Braves’ Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson
After Friday’s loss to the Dodgers, the Mets acquired Uribe and Johnson, veteran infielders, in exchange for two minor league pitchers....
Concacaf Official Blames Human Error for Referee’s Decisions in Panama’s Loss
The head of the sport’s regional governing body, Concacaf, said Mark Geiger acknowledged mistakes in Mexico’s Gold Cup semifinal victory, which a...
Chris Froome Set to Win Tour de France
Froome, the 2013 Tour champion, was unable to follow Nairo Quintana on the switchbacks of the 20th stage but stayed in position to win, with...