Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome was heard coughing after a 1.5-mile gallop at Pimlico early Thursday, and trainer Art Sherman told ESPN's Jeannine Edwards that his biggest concern is the horse doesn't catch a cold.
A high school baseball player in Washington State pitched 14 innings and threw 194 pitches Tuesday, finally being removed in the 15th inning of his team's eventual 1-0 victory in a 17-inning marathon in the district baseball tournament.
Major League Baseball will not discipline umpire Paul Nauert for briefly putting his hand on Torii Hunter's face during a benches-clearing altercation during Monday's game between the Detroit Tigers and Baltimore Orioles.
Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard each scored 22 points, and the San Antonio Spurs overcame an injury to Tony Parker to close out the Western Conference semifinals with a 104-82 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night.
Masahiro Tanaka pitched a four-hitter for his first major league shutout, and the New York Yankees got home runs from Yangervis Solarte and Mark Teixeira in a 4-0 victory over the Mets on Wednesday night.
A day after squandering a late 13-point lead against the Thunder, the Clippers tried to let go of the outcome. And the NBA seemed to do the same, defending the outcome of a controversial, pivotal play that came with 11.3 seconds remaining.
LeBron James says the NBA is progressing "good enough for now" to remove banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from his stake in the team, but that there needs to continue to be urgency in the process.
Five days after the Cincinnati Bengals made him their fifth-round selection in the draft, quarterback AJ McCarron told reporters he was "hurt" by reports last Saturday that suggested he was overly cocky.