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Former Florida defensive lineman Caleb Brantley has been charged with misdemeanor battery after striking a woman in the face and knocking her unconscious.
The Red Sox gloriously botched an attempt to stupidly retaliate at Manny Machado for a hard slide that unintentionally spiked Dustin Pedroia on Friday. Reliever Matt Barnes tried throwing a 90-mph fastball directly at Machado’s head in the eighth inning...
Lionel Messi scored his 500th goal for Barcelona in style today—notching a game-winner in stoppage time for the club to take El Clasico by a score of 3-2.
After trailing the Cavaliers for most of today, the Pacers managed to come back and tie Game 4 with two and a half minutes remaining before taking their first second-half lead on a Thaddeus Young tip shot with 1:30 left—but LeBron answered with his first and only three-pointer of the game, and Indiana’s chances evaporated from there.
In the hours after today’s London Marathon, people have been declaring this beautiful moment in which a runner picked up a collapsed fellow competitor and carried him over the finish line as the highlight of the race. That was lovely! That is not my highlight of the race. No, my highlight of the race comes from this runner—either very brave, or kind of dumb, or maybe somehow just incredibly clumsy—who squirted water at Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Kenta Maeda’s start to the season has been, to put it simply, pretty ugly. In four games so far, he’s failed to make it past the fifth inning; last night’s performance was the worst yet, allowing six runs and putting 10 men on base. Now, the Dodgers are saying that they might skip his next start in order to give him some time to work on his mechanics and reset.
Alexis Sánchez broke a 1-1 tie for Arsenal with a beautiful goal in stoppage time against Manchester City in today’s semifinals of the FA Cup. With the win, Arsenal will now face Chelsea in the final.
After sitting out last night’s Game 3 against Portland, Steve Kerr will miss the rest of the series and potentially longer, according to Marcus Thompson of the San Jose Mercury News.
Two days after lodging an appeal against a three-game suspension for Neymar, Barcelona announced that they will not call up the Brazilian star for today’s match against Real Madrid.
Exactly halfway through the third quarter against the Trail Blazers last night, the Warriors were down by 14 points. After four more minutes of play, they had a two-point lead, and from there, they didn’t look back.