Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg and New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda both came down with food poisoning over the weekend at Citi Field, and both said Tuesday that they believe a hamburger from Shake Shack was the cause.
Magic Johnson on Tuesday responded to Donald Sterling's comments slamming the Hall of Famer, telling TMZ that the whole situation is "sad" and that the banned Los Angeles Clippers owner is directing his anger at the wrong person.
With Stan Van Gundy leaning toward taking a position with the Detroit Pistons, the Golden State Warriors plan to re-engage TNT broadcaster Steve Kerr in negotiations, a source familiar with management's thinking said.
Northwestern athletic director Jim Phillips opposes a union with the Wildcats football team but hopes the discussion about athletes' welfare leads to changes, including a voting presence about the issues that most affect them.
The captain of the Ohio State baseball team put his team in a line that had nothing to do with getting results on the field, instead organizing players to help a teammate in the midst of a battle with myeloid leukemia.
Roger Federer's decision to return to tennis a week after the birth of his second set of twins has the full support of his wife Mirka. And don't expect his schedule to change much now that he has four kids.