— Bryce Harper keeps earning those “MVP!” chants in Philly.
- Blackhawks agree to deal with 1st-rounder Allan
- Purdue's famous drum too big for Irish's stadium
- White Sox activate Giolito, Anderson from IL
- Cubs' Heyward exits after taking knee to head
The Chicago Blackhawks and defenseman Nolan Allan, their first-round pick in this year's NHL draft, have agreed to an entry-level contract.
The World's Largest Drum is too big to fit through Notre Dame Stadium's visitor tunnel, meaning Purdue's band will be without it for the first time since 1979 for Saturday's game.
Everything you need to know about how to watch the NHL on ESPN networks.
— Alex Cobb pitched five scoreless innings, Luis Rengifo and Jose Rojas hit home runs, and the Los Angeles Angels coasted to a 9-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.
Which squads are rising and falling as teams start punching their postseason tickets?
— Angels manager Joe Maddon has learned at least one thing about Brandon Marsh in the outfielder's first season in the majors.
— Andrew Knapp watched the ball roll toward Chicago's dugout and pulled up on his sprint down the basepath. He could stroll home on the wildest of walkoffs — a passed ball that kept the Phillies from dropping further in the NL pennant race.
— Ola Kamara scored three goals in the first half to take the lead for the Golden Boot award and D.C. United beat the Chicago Fire 3-0 on Wednesday night.
The New Orleans Saints bear a striking resemblance to AFC Richmond? T.J. Watt needs to pay up? Jon Gruden lived multiple lives on Monday night? Here's what was said in a wild Week 1.
Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
As the end of the season looms, several MLB award races don't yet have a clear winner. Who has the edge?
The Nets and Bucks could be battling for conference supremacy all season long. Our NBA Summer Forecast kicks off with records and standings predictions for every East team.
— Joe Maddon's first game back in Chicago was similar to his final game with the Cubs: a loss.
— Kyle Gibson retired the first 12 batters. Not a bad start.
Kevin Pelton is weighing in on all the latest offseason deals, including Aaron Gordon's extension with the Nuggets.
The White Sox have activated Lucas Giolito and shortstop Tim Anderson from the injured list.
The rookie quarterback played just five snaps, but he did more than enough to whet the appetite of fans searching for optimism.
DeVonta Smith found the end zone, Mac Jones showed poise for the Pats, and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka made his mark on the veteran Super Bowl champs.
How did the rookie starters look in Week 1? What did Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson and Mac Jones do well -- and not so well? Plus, when will Trey Lance and Justin Fields start?
From Ohio State's defense to Notre Dame's close calls to Texas' SEC no-show and beyond, let's assess which teams that have struggled out of the gate have reason for genuine concern and which ones will be just fine.