Fifteen years after he won the race in his first appearance, Juan Pablo Montoya won his second Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
Roger Federer was upset that a selfie-seeking fan approached him on center court Sunday after his first-round victory at the French Open.
Dozens of New England Patriots fans filled a parking lot at Gillette Stadium to protest the four-game suspension handed to quarterback Tom Brady over the "Deflategate" scandal.
Hawks guard Kent Bazemore will start in place of the injured Kyle Korver in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals Sunday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Greg Hardy wouldn't be on the Dallas Cowboys if Hall of Famer Roger Staubach were making the call.
The Warriors responded on Friday to a lawsuit brought against the team and Ticketmaster by ticket resale site StubHub by filing a motion to dismiss the case.
Radamel Falcao has left Manchester United after they told the striker his loan will not be renewed and they will not try to sign him on a permanent.
ESPN.com's NBA Front Office convenes to discuss the Pelicans' firing of Monty Williams, and whether the opening in New Orleans is a better job than the possible one in Chicago.
After the Roger Federer incident, it didn't take people long to start talking Monica Seles -- and that's not a good thing.
With its suspect defense a thing of the past, Cleveland's improved roster has answered the call against Atlanta's offense in the East finals.
Newcastle needed a hero and Jonas Gutierrez stepped up with a goal and an assist to restore some joy to the much-troubled club, writes Iain Macintosh.
Halep advances in Paris (0:59)
The Sprint Cup Series drivers compete on back-to-back weekends at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May, but the races in some ways couldn't be more different.
Th end of Game 4 got nasty. The ugliness will only ramp up as the hard-fought series between the Lightning and Rangers continues.
Daniel Cormier, who came up short in a bid to capture Jon Jones' title less than five months ago, claimed the vacant UFC 205-pound title on Saturday, submitting Anthony Johnson in the 3rd round.
Cormier calls out Jon Jones (0:19)
New Marlins manager gets his first win amid questions about the starting rotation.
Rizzo the hero for Cubs on Saturday (0:33)
Cristiano Ronaldo set a personal record for goals in a season by scoring a hat trick in the first half of Real Madrid's season finale on Saturday.
ESPN Chalk's Vegas experts give their best bets for the Sunday Night Baseball game between the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees, as Yovani Gallardo and Chris Capuano square off on the mound.
Bernie Williams, himself worthy of Yankee mythology, was always content as a center fielder roaming the distant shadows of Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle.
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Justin Upton already with career day
San Diego's LF has tied his career high with 6 RBIs and it's only the 2nd inning. Upton hit a grand slam to center in his first at-bat and followed with a 2-run double in his next plate appearance. The Padres lead 8-0 over the Dodgers. Follow live
Mother nature not a Rockies fan
Colorado and San Francisco are currently in a rain delay. The weather has not been friendly to the Rockies, who already have had four postponements and endured a number of delays this year. Fortunately, this one isn't expected to get rained out.
Going fast is in the bloodline
Courtney Force set a national speed record Saturday at the NHRA Kansas Nationals with a run of 4.020 seconds at 325.06 mph, breaking a mark previously held by her father, racing legend John Force.
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Brew crew baffled by Braves rookie
Mike Foltynewicz's 5th MLB start was by far his best, as he gave up just one run and three hits in Atlanta's 2-1 win over Milwaukee. Box score
Final: Pirates 9, Mets 1
Francisco Liriano started the fun with a 6-inning, 12-strikeout performance -- Pittsburgh's third straight SP with 10 or more K's. Starling Marte ended it with a 3-run HR. Box score
Federer incident raises questions
After a young fan made his way to center court for a selfie with Roger Federer at the French Open, it didn't take people long to start talking Monica Seles -- and that's not a good thing, Peter Bodo writes. An apology not enough
No Bryce bomb today... just a game-winner
Bryce Harper went homerless today. However, he had two hits and two RBIs, one of which was the deciding run in a 4-1 Nationals win over the Phillies. Box score
Trevor Bauer keeps dealing
For the third straight start the Indians SP went 7+ innings and allowed just one run. Cleveland beat the Reds 5-2. Box score
Two crew members hurt in pit road crash
Two members of Tristan Vautier's crew were injured during the Indianapolis 500 when James Davison's car struck them on pit road. Their injuries are not considered serious.
Saavedra hurts foot in wreck
Sebastian Saavedra was checked for a contusion on his right foot after he and Jack Hawksworth crashed with 25 laps remaining in the Indy 500. Saavedra will need to be checked again before he is cleared to drive.
Montoya wins Indianapolis 500
After trading positions with Scott Dixon and Will Power in the final dozen laps, Juan Pablo Montoya earned his second Indy 500 win.
Keep Mike Napoli in Fenway Park
Napoli homered, doubled and drove in 4 runs in the Red Sox's 6-1 win over the Angels. He entered Saturday's game hitting .389 with 4 HRs in the first 5 games of Boston's homestand. Box score
Carroll is a realist on knee injury
At morning practice, Hawks wing DeMarre Carroll didn't say much about his injury and instead jokingly adhered to the facts: "I have a knee." We're not doctors, but that seems accurate. (via Britt McHenry)
A's win, but Gray leaves early
Athletics SP Sonny Gray had to leave today's 7-2 win over the Rays after 5 innings due to a bruised right ankle. The injury occurred on a comebacker. Box score
Milk does Montoya's body good
Juan Pablo Montoya gulps a well-deserved jug of milk after he rallied from 30th place to gut out his second Indy 500 win.