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My son turns 30 in two months, and he hasn't seen a horse win a Triple Crown since he's been alive. My guess is he likely never will see one, even if he lives to 100 as I hope he does.
The NCAA is "ludicrous and hypocritical" for moving five championship games out of New Jersey next year because the state plans to offer legalized sports betting, a spokesman for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said.
Miguel Cabrera's drive sailed high into the Detroit night _ so high, in fact, that left fielder Alex Gordon had time to drift over to the fence and wait a couple seconds before reaching over and robbing the slugger of a home run.
A look at how dangerous weather is handled in various sports:
It's like being told, just before the lights go down: "Oh, by the way, Bruce Springsteen has a sore throat tonight. Filling in will be Milli Vanilli."
There's nothing in sports quite like the roar and electricity as horses turn for home in the Belmont Stakes with a Triple Crown on the line.
Louisville is home to plenty of originals that liven up a visit to Kentucky's largest city, best known for a 2-minute sporting event.
Shadowbox with a silhouetted Muhammad Ali. Grab a bat and take a few swings in a batting cage at the Louisville Slugger Museum. Dig into a Hot Brown at the place where the savory sandwich was created. Sip Kentucky bourbons at a hotel where Al Capone played blackjack.
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert suffered a heart attack early Monday in Dubai where he was preparing to run Game On Dude in the $10 million Dubai World Cup.