Stephen Strasburg struck out 13 in seven innings, Bryce Harper had two doubles and two RBIs, and the Washington Nationals beat the Chicago Cubs 8-4 on Wednesday night.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon is trying to build a certain culture in Chicago and so Miguel Montero throwing Jake Arrieta under the bus meant Chicago had to move on.
Chris Paul is heading to Houston to join James Harden, giving the Rockets two All-Stars in the backcourt to lead their chase for a championship.
On a schedule slightly shorter than Halley’s Comet, hope re-appeared in Gotham on Wednesday: Phil Jackson packed his rings and left.
The Wizards have a new backup point guard — again. But upgrading the position could be the most notable move the Wizards make this summer, outside of retaining their own free agents.
President Donald Trump welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House during an “informal” visit Wednesday, congratulating the team on their 2016 World Series victory.
You’re used to seeing them on the ice or gridiron, but players — and at least one head coach — from the Capitals and Redskins joined the PGA Tour pros Wednesday, taking part in the Quicken Loans National Pro-Am.
Tiger Woods’ extended absence from golf isn’t being felt just on the course.
Olympic gold medalist Lilly King can prepare for another showdown with Russian rival Yulia Efimova after winning the women’s 200-meter breaststroke at the U.S. National Championships.
Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry is set to test his golf game against the pros.
The Chicago Cubs have reportedly designated Miguel Montero for assignment, the day after the catcher blamed the Cubs’ pitching staff for his struggles throwing out base runners.
Chris Paul has been traded to the Houston Rockets, Adrian Wojnarowski reported Wednesday.
The Zen Master is out of a job as the New York Knicks and Phil Jackson “mutually agreed” to part ways Wednesday.
The Washington Capitals made a move Wednesday to give them some insurance in case backup goalie Philipp Grubauer is unavailable.
The Nationals had seven stolen bases against the Chicago Cubs in a 6-1 win Tuesday, but Cubs catcher Miguel Montero wanted none of the blame.