9 Hours ago
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Jake Arrieta strikes out 12 batters in the Cubs' 2-0 win over the Dodgers. It's Arrieta's first career no-hitter, and the second time the Dodgers have been no-hit in the past nine days.
Jake Arrieta talks to Buster Olney after throwing the first no-hitter of his career and the 14th in Cubs franchise history.
15 Hours ago
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter discusses the split inside the Washington Redskins' organization regarding shopping around QB Robert Griffin III.
Tom Rinaldi discusses Maria Sharapova's backing out of the US Open on the eve of the tournament due to a leg injury.
Japan outscores the U.S. team 16-1 after the first inning, with the teams combining for a LLWS title-game-record 29 runs, as Japan wins 18-11.
22 Hours ago
Mark Dominik breaks down how Randall Cobb's absence would impact the Packers' offense.
Ten years ago, ESPN profiled Andrew Goldstein, an All-American lacrosse goalie at Dartmouth, who later became the first openly gay male athlete to play a professional team sport in the U.S. Ten years later, Andrew's story still has a major impact.
21 Hours ago
Damien Woody and Mark Dominik react to Bills coach Rex Ryan's announcement that he will make a decision on his starting quarterback Sunday, but he won't publicly reveal who it is.
Michael Collins reports the latest on John Daly, who is out of the hospital and recovering from what his agent described as a collapsed lung.
Jason Day shoots an 8-under-par 62 in the final round of the Barclays to beat Henrik Stenson for his fourth win in his last 14 starts.
13 Hours ago
Baseball Tonight Spotlight: Michael Cuddyer records three hits and the game-winning RBI, while Jeurys Familia records his 35th save of the season in New York's 5-4 win over Boston.
16 Hours ago
Before the start of Sunday's Yankees-Braves game, there was a moment of silence at Turner Field for fan Greg Murrey, who passed away Saturday after falling from the upper deck. The Yankees went on to defeat the Braves on Sunday 20-6.
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