September 2017

Bears have decision to make at QB following loss to Packers

Mitch Trubisky could soon be the starting quarterback for the Chicago BearsThe Chicago Bears signed Mike Glennon to provide some veteran stability at the quarterback position, but Glennon might be their biggest problem on offense four games into the season. He fumbled twice and threw two interceptions in a 35-14 loss to the rival Green Bay Packers on Thursday as Chicago fell to 1-3 with plenty of questions about who will start the next game.

Twins complete incredible turnaround by securing playoff berth

Two members of the Minnesota Twins celebrate their victoryComing off a 103-loss season, the postseason was the last place the Minnesota Twins expected to be this year, but they secured the final American League wild-card berth on Wednesday. Although the Twins lost to the Cleveland Indians, they still clinched thanks to a Los Angeles Angels loss later in the evening, and their improbable run will carry on into October.

Wade reportedly signing with Cavaliers, reuniting with James

Wade and LeBron engage in their 'Le Bromance'Free agency isn’t expected to last long for Dwyane Wade, who agreed to a buyout with the Chicago Bulls on Sunday.

Yankees' Judge becomes first rookie to hit 50 home runs

Aaron Judge points up to the sky after his record-breaking home runAaron Judge’s rookie season has been filled with great moments—and a few low ones—but the thing he has done most consistently is hit the long ball. Judge became the first rookie in MLB history to reach 50 home runs when he hit a pair for the New York Yankees in Monday’s win over the Kansas City Royals.

Knicks finally move Anthony in trade with Thunder

Carmelo Anthony goes for an isolation play against his new conference rival, the Golden State WarriorsAfter an offseason of waiting, Carmelo Anthony got his wish. The New York Knicks traded Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a second-round pick, ending the polarizing star’s tenure with the struggling franchise.

NBA rule changes will hopefully lead to fewer injuries, foul shots

Kawhi Leonard clutches his leg in pain after being injured by the Warriors' Zaza PachuliaThe NBA took a long look at jump shooting in the offseason and came up with two important rule changes that should have a positive impact on the safety and flow of the game.

Will Conor McGregor get back into the boxing ring?

McGregor in the ring after his fight with MayweatherThe dust has now settled on two of the most high-profile fights in recent memory. Floyd Mayweather jr. is once again retired after providing a rude welcome to the sport of boxing for Conor McGregor, while Gennady Golovkin has been left scratching his head in response to a dubious draw opposite Saul Alvarez.

Sale joins 300 K club as Red Sox clinch playoff spot

The 2017 MLB season has turned into the year of the long ball with a record number of home runs, but that hasn’t stopped Chris Sale from reaching a rare pitching milestone.

Leafs face possible investigation after Lupul's comments

Joffrey Lupul skates for the Toronto Maple LeafsNo one was very surprised when the Toronto Maple Leafs announced Joffrey Lupul had failed his medical examination and wasn’t cleared for training camp, setting him up for another season on the team’s long-term injured reserve (LTIR) list.

Beckham’s return fails to spark Giants' struggling offense

Eli Manning gets sacked by the Detroit Lions' defence After only scoring three points in a Week 1 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Giants could point to injured star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. as the reason for their anemic offense. Now they have no excuse. Beckham made his season debut on Monday, but his return from an ankle injury wasn’t nearly enough to lift New York out of its scoring funk, which now bridges multiple years.