The University of Miami and sponsor adidas, in partnership with Parley for The Oceans, unveiled an eco-friendly uniform collaboration Monday.
With his win Sunday, Novak Djokovic became the first singles player to win all nine Masters 1000 tournaments.
Yu Darvish left his rehab outing with arm pain after only one inning of work and told the media that he will undergo an MRI this week.
Ronda Rousey dropped by the Yahoo Sports set to test her Pop-A-Shot skills, discuss her new movie "Mile 22" and explain why hot wings are greater than any championship belt or Olympic medal.
After living in self-imposed exile in the United States for two years, Olympic silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa has been invited back to Ethiopia under a new government.
Astros starter Dallas Keuchel got a fun surprise when he found out his Players' Weekend nickname also belongs to the rapper Lil Dicky.
17-year-old Jakob Ingebrigtsen won double gold at the European Championships this weekend as the youngest of three Olympic-caliber brothers.
Maryland' head coach D.J. Durkin and three football support staff members have been placed on administrative leave
Bartolo Colon wants to break a record that would require at least part of another season, so what other milestones could he reach along the way?
Retired MLB player Jayson Werth revealed Tuesday that he parted ways with agent Scott Boras after he realized teams "didn't know" he was available to play in 2018.
Former Oregon State pitcher Luke Heimlich is in Taiwan to play for the Lamingo Monkeys, but he might not be allowed.
Former Mets pitcher Matt Harvey returned to the scene of both his meteoric rise and fall Monday at Citi Field, but got a positive reception from fans.
Ten years after he debuted there, Kevin Durant and the Warriors will return to Seattle as the NBA appears to consider it as an expansion team destination.
Six-time Gold Glove winner Eric Chavez will manage the triple-A Salt Lake Bees for the remainder of 2018, amid reports that he is a candidate to replace longtime MLB manager Mike Scioscia.
Nationals players donated gear, wished players good luck, and watched on as the first-ever predominantly black team to make the game represented D.C. at the Mid-Atlantic regional.