Scooter Gennett hit four home runs, matching the major league record, and finished with 10 RBIs as the Cincinnati Reds routed the slumping St. Louis Cardinals 13-1 on Tuesday night.
For all of the tumult in the French Open women's draw and the unfamiliar names filling the quarterfinal slots, the men's tournament has been much more about the usual suspects: Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka and, of course, Rafael Nadal.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, Monday joined the board of an Australian mental health company, a subject close to his heart after his struggles with depression and substance abuse.
Steve Kerr smiled and cracked jokes. He got mad and marched toward the officials to argue.
Garbine Muguruza did not take kindly to the way spectators pulled for her opponent -- her French opponent, mind you -- at the French Open.
Tennis great Margaret Court on Friday claimed a gay conspiracy from America was behind calls to strip her name from one of the Australian Open stadiums, after a furor over her views on homosexuality.
Kevin Durant drove through the lane untouched for dazzling dunks. He dished off even when he could have slammed it home, and did it all on defense.
The Minnesota Twins have turned their first triple play in 11 years during the fourth inning of their game against the Los Angeles Angels.
Nick Kyrgios' talent is undeniable. So is his temperament.
Queen Elizabeth II could become involved in a spat between a racehorse owner and the country's horse-racing authority over the barring of a jockey from competing in the prestigious English Derby.