Clint Frazier, Michael Kay and the Danger of Criticizing Injured Players
Kay, the Yankees’ broadcaster, said his comments about Frazier and Jacoby Ellsbury’s slow return from injury were facetious, but Frazier was not...
How Ed Kranepool’s Frosty Relations With the Mets Thawed Out
Kranepool, 73, who appeared in more games than any other Mets player, was invited back to Citi Field on Monday after a long
Brian France’s Arrest Puts Nascar at a Crossroads
The France family faces hard decisions with stock car racing’s top executive facing drunken driving and drug possession charges.
A’ja Wilson, W.N.B.A.’s Top Rookie, Finds Her Voice and Her Way
A tweet about unequal pay brought praise, criticism and attention, but Wilson says she was ready for all of it.
Tony Bullimore, Saved in Dramatic Ocean Rescue, Dies at 79
In 1997, he spent four days in an air pocket of his overturned boat after encountering a storm during an around-the-world race.
Sports of The Times: LeBron or Not, the Cleveland Cavaliers Get Millions for Arena Renovation
Last year, the Cavaliers secured $140 million from the local government to fix Quicken Loans Arena. Then LeBron James left.
Canceled W.N.B.A. Game Will Be a Forfeit for the Las Vegas Aces
The Aces’ game against the Washington Mystics on Friday night was canceled when the Aces players decided not to play after 26 hours of travel.
U.S. Billionaire Gets Full Control of Arsenal, Buying Out Russian Rival
Alisher Usmanov agreed to sell his 30 percent stake in the English Premier League team, clearing the way for Stan Kroenke to take the soccer club...
Kaboom! Cody! Rudi! Young Flippers Embrace Gtramp, a New Sport for the Instagram Set
The trampoline offshoot blends the countercultural aspect of skateboarding with the raw daring of parkour and freestyle snowboarding, all of it...
A Baseball Player Needed a Haircut. His Barber Flew 7,000 Miles to Give Him One.
For vanity, culture and other reasons, many major leaguers so swear by their barbers that they fly them in, from as far as South Korea, for a cut.
Mets 6, Reds 4: Jeff McNeil’s Odd Bat Propels Mets to Win
A bat with no knob helped McNeil get three hits, including a home run, and the Mets took care of business at home against the Reds.
As Red Sox Creep Away, Yankees Check Their Rearview Mirror
A four-game sweep in Boston left the Yankees with little hope of catching the Red Sox atop the A.L. East. The wild-card could also be in jeopardy.