After Astros sign-stealing scandal, LA asks MLB to give World Series titles to Dodgers

In a unanimous vote, the Los Angeles City Council asked Major League Baseball on Tuesday to declare the Dodgers the winner of the 2017 and 2018 World Series, following news of the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal. 

Athletics: Lyles, many top sprinters skipping indoor season

Even with outstanding hurdles races at U.S. indoor meetings and talented field event competitions in Europe, international athletics is continuing to be impacted by the long 2019 outdoor season.

What it’s like to watch a hated enemy rise again

Manchester United’s supporters feel like Liverpool fans in 1993. There is a sickening feeling that grows with every victory that nudges your great rivals towards glory, but the pain does eventually pass

LA City Council may ask MLB to declare Dodgers 2017, 2018 champs following Astros, Red Sox cheating

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost consecutive World Series titles to teams now linked to cheating scandals – so L.A. city officials may be going to bat for the hometown team.

Man Utd abandon training camp in Middle East as tensions rise and World War 3 fear builds

Man Utd were planning to hold a training camp in Qatar.

Jofra Archer is not alone in the fight against racism

Fan was banned for two years this week after admitting to racially abusing the England bowler

Joe Judge’s Giants interview had one traveling scare

All rise? More like all aboard. New coach Joe Judge nearly missed his interview with the Giants because he got off his Amtrak train at the wrong Penn Station, Peter King reported Monday on Football…

What drove Georgia's Anthony Edwards to become a potential No. 1 draft pick

The rise to the top isn’t something that happened overnight for Georgia's Anthony Edwards, but he's now poised to become one of the top picks in the NBA draft.

Jurgen Klopp on the problems of facing Jose Mourinho

Victory at Spurs would represent the best start of any team in the history of Europe's top five leagues, but Klopp batted away talk of records ahead of an unpredictable challenge

Betting firms relinquish FA Cup deal after ‘very angry’ government pressure

Betting and Gaming Council issues statement to allow FA Cup broadcast to be shown for free following pressure from sports minister Nigel Adams

Jos Buttler fined 15% of match fee for calling Vernon Philander a ‘f****** k***head’

Jos Buttler has been disciplined by the International Cricket Council for his outburst at Vernon Philander during the second Test against South Africa. Buttler was keeping wicket during a tense final day in Cape Town when he launched a series of expletives at Philander, seemingly angered by the batsman's decision not to move out of the way of a thr

PFA ask government to punish racism at football matches with jail time

Professional Footballers’ Association has requested a change to the law in an effort to deter future racist abuse at matches