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Babe Ruth’s 500th Homer Bat Sells for More Than $1 Million

Babe Ruth has hit another one out of the ballpark. The bat used by the legendary baseball player to hit his 500th home run was auctioned on Saturday for more than $1 million. SCP Auctions didn’t identify the buyer. The auction was held in Laguna Niguel, California. Ruth hit his 500th homer on Aug. 11, 1929, in a game against…

  • Nov 22

    Redskins’ Nicholson Says Decision to Play Vs. Jets Was His

    Washington Redskins safety Montae Nicholson said it was his decision to play last week, days after the death of a woman he dropped off at a hospital.

  • Nov 21

    Garrett’s Suspension for Helmet Attack Upheld After Appeal

    Myles Garrett’s goal was to be NFL’s top defensive player this season. He won’t finish it. Garrett’s indefinite suspension for smashing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with a helmet was upheld Thursday by an appeals officer who decided the severe penalty on the Cleveland Browns star defensive end is fair. One of the league’s most dominant edge

  • Nov 21

    Snowboarder Jake Burton Carpenter Dies at 65

    Popular snowboard pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter died Wednesday from cancer complications.

  • Nov 21

    Snowboard Pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter Dies At 65

    Jake Burton Carpenter, the pioneer who brought snowboarding to the masses and helped turn the sport into a billion-dollar business and Olympic showpiece, has died at 65. He died Wednesday night in Burlington, Vermont, according to an email sent to the staff of the company he founded. Carpenter had emailed his staff this month saying, “You will not believe this,

  • Nov 21

    El Cajon Native, 7-Time NASCAR Champ Jimmie Johnson to Retire

    The 44-year-old Johnson joins an exodus of popular drivers that began when Gordon retired after the 2015 season. Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr, Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth, Danica Patrick and Jamie McMurray are among those who followed Gordon out the door.

  • Nov 20

    Browns’ Garrett Attends Appeal Hearing for NFL Suspension

    Myles Garrett looked composed and casual, a stark contrast to the last time he was seen in public. Stylishly dressed in a bright blue suit and black turtleneck, the Cleveland Browns’ star defensive end met Wednesday with an appeals officer in New York in hopes of getting a reduction to an indefinite NFL suspension that has temporarily ended Garrett’s season

  • Nov 20

    Baby Shark Crosses the Pacific: Gerardo Parra Signs With Yomiuri Giants

    The “Baby Shark” is moving to Japan.

  • Nov 20

    Santa Anita to Install Equine MRI Machine

    A fundraising campaign to install an equine MRI at Santa Anita has been successful, and it’s expected to be in place during the troubled track’s winter-spring meet that begins on Dec. 26.

  • Nov 19

    Former Dolphins RB Mark Walton in Court After Arrest for Allegedly Beating Pregnant Woman

    A South Florida native who starred at both Miami’s Booker T. Washington High School and the University of Miami, Walton was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018 before he was released after being arrested.

  • Nov 19

    World Series Trophy Visits NBC

    The Washington Nationals’ World Series trophy came to NBC Monday afternoon as part of the championship celebration.

  • Nov 17

    Redskins Fall to Jets 34-17

    Sam Darnold more than made up for an ill-timed interception by throwing for 293 yards and a career-high four touchdowns, and the New York Jets routed rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins and the Washington Redskins 34-17 Sunday for their second consecutive victory.

  • Nov 17

    NFL to Hear Garrett’s Appeal Early This Week

    Myles Garrett will soon learn when he can play again. The Cleveland Browns star defensive end, who was suspended indefinitely after the NFL ruled he used a helmet “as a weapon” to strike Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head, will have his appeal heard by the league early this week, a person familiar with the timeline told The Associated

  • Nov 16

    Kaepernick Throws Passes for 40 Minutes at Strange Workout

    Colin Kaepernick’s saga took another surreal turn Saturday — a last-minute audible to nix an NFL-arranged workout and a quick dash 60 miles to the other side of metro Atlanta, where the exiled quarterback staged his own impromptu passing display on a high school field in dwindling light as hundreds of fans cheered him on from behind a chain-link fence.

  • Nov 16

    Why Myles Garrett’s Helmet Attack Likely Won’t Result in Criminal Charges

    The attack was stunning even for a sport known for its violence: With eight seconds left in Thursday’s game, Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett tore off Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mason Rudolph’s helmet, then hit Rudolph’s head with it in a fit of rage. Had the brawl happened on a street corner, Garrett very well could have been charged with assault. But

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