The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
The ump show continues.
The news is a "best-case scenario" for the pitcher.
Jake Odorizzi collapsed to the ground with a non-contact injury at Fenway Park.
Not all foul balls are created the same. If Jose Altuve didn't know this before Wednesday, he does now.
A near-perfect throw was required to have any chance on this play. A near-perfect throw did not come.
Carlos Correa to the Minnesota Twins, on a funky deal.
Correa may get a contract with twice as many years and dollars.
An incredible blast in a huge moment of the World Series.
The Astros were able to rally after giving up a first-inning grand slam and falling behind 4-0, and Maldonado was a big part of the reason why.
A fifth-inning rally, capped with a two-run single from Marwin González, gave Houston their first lead of Game 5.
Braves starting pitcher Ian Anderson was pulled after five no-hit innings and 76 pitches against the Astros in Game 3 of the World Series.
The Houston Astros got it done in Game 2 to even up the World Series.
The Atlanta Braves take a 1-0 series lead, but they've lost a star starting pitcher.
Morton reportedly suffered an ankle injury earlier in the game and tried to pitch through it.