The late Gary Carter was known for his loathing of profanity, but is he due credit for creating one of the most famous swear side-steps? The people at Merriam-Webster seem to think so.
Henrik Rummel was very excited while accepting his Bronze medal in Rowing Men's Four. Afterwards he took to Reddit to explain his...position.
The Washington relief staff taps into their inner goddesses.
See how the world's greatest international athletic competition has evolved into what it is today.
There are 204 recognized National Olympic Committees competing biennially in the winter and summer games. But over 425 million people worldwide can say they've never seen their country take home a single medal.
There's a strong Brees blowing through The Big Easy today.
It's one thing to make a spectacular running catch at the wall with your glove. Jiwan James managed to pull a homer back while simultaneously falling and trapping the ball against his body.
San Diego, down to its last out, tied and ultimately plated the game winning run on an extremely risky steal of home. Even the umpire didn't know what was going on.
New York's GM Glen Grunwald has three days to match Linsanity's offer sheet with the Rockets after receiving it in his hands. Like a bad subpoena, Grunwald did his best to delay being served. No word on if fake moustaches were employed.
Zack Hample, best known as the collector of over 6,000 game used baseballs, goes to Yankee Stadium and does what he does best. This time, however, he has to earn his souvenir by doing his best R.A. Dickey impression.
With the 2012 London Olympics set to kick off on July 27th, buzz continues to gather around athletes with a shot at a gold medal. Here's the standards for success they'll compete in the shadow of.
From the breaking of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse story to the damning Freeh Report, those in State College and beyond have made their views on JoePa's culpability well known. These photos tell the complicated, sad story.
These interviews all start off innocently enough. It even took Billy Butler a couple minutes to realize why everyone around him was laughing.
When balls are batted or thrown into the stands, fans have a right to keep them. Quintin Berry makes sure one unlucky paid admission learns a lesson in closing the glove.
The Lakers' new starting point guard has already received quite a warm welcome in LA. Now he can look forward to free Keystone Lights every time he hits the road.
Let's face it, sports are not always evaluated or explained in a logical sense. That's why Neil deGrasse Tyson took to Twitter during the MLB All Star Game to bring his renowned insights to the old ball game.
By defeating Andy Murray, the Swiss tennis star entered some rarified air in sports history. See how the thirty year old's most recent accomplishment stacks up against some of the greatest champions of all time.
Although the Scottish born tennis star ultimately lost to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final, an entire nation won't soon forget the native son's run to a title.
You know you've pulled off a special dunk when you illicit this kind of reaction from some of the best players in the world.
When you're the only veteran in the White Sox bullpen, you have to know how to keep the young guns in line. Literally.