The New England Patriots caused irreparable damage to a U.S. flag signed by Tom Brady by improperly displaying it in the team’s hall of fame at Gillette Stadium, the flag’s owner contends in a federal lawsuit.
More than the 55-107 record, it was how the rebuilding Nationals lost all those games that made the season one that D.C. fans will soon hope to forget. The Juan Soto trade. The historic struggles against division opponents. The starting pitcher winless streak. The list could go on and on.
It turned out their chemistry was fine. By 107 team loss standards, it was a good clubhouse. What they were missing was, as the former Nationals manager Davey Johnson used to say, players “expressing their talents.” There wasn’t much expression. The reality is almost nothing went right this past season.
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green apologized to the team a day after fighting with teammate Jordan Poole during practice, general manager Bob Myers said.
The Official World Golf Ranking won’t be awarding points to LIV Golf events this year, denying the MENA Tour’s request to immediately add the Saudi-funded series to its schedule.
Jon Rahm overcame early jitters from playing at home and shot a 7-under 64 in the opening round of the Spanish Open on Thursday to sit one stroke behind leaders Ashun Wu and Kiradech Aphibarnrat.
The fan who caught New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge’s record-breaking 62nd home run ball on Tuesday has been offered $2 million for it by a sports memorabilia auction house.
A protester tackled by Los Angeles Rams linebacker Bobby Wagner after running onto the field during a “Monday Night Football” game against the San Francisco 49ers filed a report the next day, police confirmed on Wednesday.
A Texas high school golf team wound up canceling practice earlier this week after encountering an adult entertainment group that was hosting a tournament on the same course.