Mike Piazza inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame
Selected by the Dodgers in the 62nd round of the 1988 amateur draft with the 1,390th pick, ahead of only five other players, Piazza is the lowest-drafted player to reach the Hall of Fame. He made it in on his fourth try.
RNC Plans Opposition Efforts for Philadelphia
They're heading to Philadelphia for the Democratic convention.
Matz earns 1st win since May as Mets beat Marlins 3-0
Steven Matz pitched six innings Sunday for his first win since May, and the New York Mets took the rubber game of their series against Miami, 3-0.
Sports teams poke fun at Chris Sale over jersey saga
Sports teams chimed in on Chris Sale's reported distaste over the Chicago White Sox's throwback uniforms.
Chris Froome wins Tour de France for third time in four years
Chris Froome claims his third Tour de France title in four years -- and second successive -- victory after the final stage culminated in Paris.
Bradley Wright-Phillips guides New York Red Bulls to win over NYCFC
Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice as the New York Red Bulls thrashed New York City FC 4-1 in Sunday's derby.
Who has been more impacted by injuries: Dodgers or Cardinals?
Injuries have hampered the Cardinals and Dodgers all season, but both are still in contention. We examine the impact of their injuries and give you the chance to vote on their playoff hopes.
Without Sale, White Sox's game with Tigers suspended by rain
With ace Chris Sale scratched following a clubhouse incident , the White Sox used six pitchers Saturday night before their game against the Detroit Tigers was suspended by rain after eight inning
Protesters hit the streets of Philly for hot day of marches before DNC
Police officers were posted at street corners in downtown Philadelphia as the first protesters hit the city's sweltering streets Sunday ahead of the Democratic National Convention.
Cornhuskers punter Sam Foltz killed in car crash
Nebraska punter Sam Foltz died in a car crash on his way home from a kicking camp in Wisconsin, chancellor Ronnie Green told the Omaha World-Herald.
On eve of convention, Democrats weigh ousting party chairwoman
Democratic officials on Sunday were weighing whether the party's chairwoman should resign following the publication of hacked emails suggesting favoritism in the primary for Hillary Clinton, raising the prospect of a leadership shake-up on the eve of the convention.