The hunt is on! Tuchel & Chelsea send a message to Pep by ending Man City’s quadruple dream

The hunt is on! Tuchel & Chelsea send a message to Pep by ending Man City's quadruple dream

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City: Match Statistics All the talk ahead of kick-off in Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final at Wembley had been about Manchester City’s quadruple bid but by the time the full-time whistle had blown, Chelsea proved that they can beat Pep Guardiola’s side. And that’s all down to one man: Thomas Tuchel. Before this fully deserved 1-0 victory, … Read more

NHL is failing with handling of Canucks’ COVID-19 return

NHL is failing with handling of Canucks' COVID-19 return

The NHL and NHLPA have handled the unprecedented challenges posed over the past 13 months admirably, balancing the well-being of the industry with the safety of those under their charge. But sending the Canucks back to work after the most serious outbreak of COVID-19 encountered by any NHL team so they can dutifully play out … Read more

Don’t let Carlos Rondon get away

Don't let Carlos Rondon get away

Carlos Rodon was the third pick in the 2014 draft, long considered to be a building block for the White Sox’s rotation. Though there have been flashes over the years, he has never lived up to the draft position. From 2015-20, Rodon was an underwhelming 29-33 with a 4.14 ERA and 1.379 WHIP over 97 … Read more

How NASCAR’s Toni Breidinger is gearing up for Talladega

How NASCAR's Toni Breidinger is gearing up for Talladega

After Toni Breidinger graduated from high school in northern California,  there was only one place she wanted   to be: the little town of Mooresville, NC, aka “Race City, USA.” “If you want to be a singer, you go to LA,” said the 21-year-old. “You want to be a NASCAR driver? You go to North Carolina.” Breidinger … Read more

Masahiro Tanaka loses, return to Japan off to rough start

Masahiro Tanaka loses, return to Japan off to rough start

Masahiro Tanaka allowed Sho Nakata’s two-run homer in the first inning of the pitcher’s return to Japanese baseball, a 4-1 loss for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles to the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters at the Tokyo Dome on Saturday. The 32-year-old right-hander signed with the Pacific League club in January after completing a $155 million, … Read more

Sports’ choke jobs live on longer than wins they led to

Sports' choke jobs live on longer than wins they led to

It was nothing personal, honest. For the most part, Hideki Matsuyama had charmed the world with his shot-making at Augusta National. That back-nine 30 on Saturday had catapulted him to the lead. He was cruising on Sunday, turning the Masters into an elongated bore. Not his problem. Not his fault. He was on his way. … Read more