Rangers must get to Lightning’s level in quest for Stanley Cup

The question for the Rangers coming off those consecutive defeats in Tampa Bay is whether they can elevate their game when the Lightning are either at or close to their best. …read more


Rich Strike, Dixon family highlight horse racing’s lack of diversity

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — When Rich Strike bolted into horse racing’s spotlight in a little over two minutes with his upset Kentucky Derby victory, he shared the stage with his handler, who has long toiled in the shadows constantly tending to the champion colt. Rich Strike’s attention stems from winning as a nearly 81-1 long shot,… …read more


LIV Tour muddles through awkward debut amid questionable broadcast

The story from the first day of the LIV Golf International Series was never going be about birdies and bogeys. …read more


Red-hot Marlins keeping ‘lightning rod’ Jazz Chisholm in check

Jazz Chisholm has turned into a star in Miami, but also turned out to be the subject for criticism in a team meeting. …read more


Cooper Kupp has at least 75 million ‘thank yous’ for new contract with Rams

Rams star receiver Cooper Kupp says the people working around and with him are why he’s been so successful and now has $75 million guaranteed in new contract.

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Jets’ Quincy Williams confident: ‘I will be a Pro Bowler this year’

Quincy Williams has bigger goals in 2022. …read more


EXCLUSIVE: BCG and Highsnobiety on Cultural Credibility in the Luxury Fashion Space

Titled “Luxury 3.0,” the second installment of Boston Consulting Group and Highsnobiety luxury research report, experts continued to look at the future of luxury fashion and what matters most … https://sports.yahoo.com/exclusive-bcg-highsnobiety-cultural-credibility-125340094.html

Top Yankees prospect Anthony Volpe back on track after slow Double-A start

After a breakout 2021 season that skyrocketed Yankees prospect Anthony Volpe into top-10 lists across the industry, a flaw has finally been detected. …read more


Lubbock man gets 15 years in prison for strangling baby

A 29-year-old man was sentenced Thursday morning to 15 years in prison for severely injuring a 7-week-old girl he admitted to squeezing and strangling. Santiago Espinel-Orduna pleaded guilty to … https://sports.yahoo.com/lubbock-man-gets-15-years-224909691.html

Saudi-bashing LIV critiques ignore 9/11 connections

Give these PGA Tour renegades credit. They don’t sell their souls on the cheap. …read more