Miguel Cabrera faces pitcher for 1st time since June arm injury

LAKELAND, Fla. — Miguel Cabrera hit against a pitcher Monday for the first time since rupturing a tendon in his left biceps on June 12. The 35-year-old hit, fielded, threw and ran the bases during the Detroit Tigers‘ first full-squad workout of spring training. “I feel good about being back on the field and playing,”

Andre Iguodala voted VP of National Basketball Players Association

The National Basketball Players Association elected Golden State’s Andre Iguodala as first vice president during its Board of Player Representatives meeting on Monday. Iguodala has served as vice president of the Executive Committee since 2013. He will replace LeBron James in his new role. James’ four-year term has expired. “I am honored to be chosen

Jaguars pick up option on defensive end Calais Campbell

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars have picked up the 2019 option on defensive end Calais Campbell, meaning one of the team’s best players will be around for at least one more season. Campbell had previously said the team told him he would be back in 2019, but the team officially announced the move Monday

Sabres’ Kyle Okposo sent home 3 days after being punched in face

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo has been sent home for further medical evaluation three days after being punched in the face during a fight with the New York Rangers‘ Tony DeAngelo. Coach Phil Housley gave no details on Okposo’s condition while providing the update after the Sabres practiced in Florida on Monday.

MSG issues denial of James Dolan courting offers to sell Knicks

The Madison Square Garden Company said Monday that chairman and Knicks owner James Dolan hasn’t been courting offers to sell the team. “There has been nothing. No discussions. No plans to have discussions — nothing,” the company said in a statement. In a The Ringer podcast, host Bill Simmons said Dolan was “courting offers for

Should Ferrari’s rivals be worried by Sebastian Vettel’s strong start?

MONTMELO, Spain — The first rule of testing is not to read too much into the headline times. Even so, the paddock couldn’t help but sit up and take notice when Sebastian Vettel set a 1:18.161 on the first morning at the Circuit de Catalunya. To give that time some historical context, it was over

College seniors to play in 3-on-3 tournament in Minneapolis

CHICAGO — All-Star teams of college seniors will compete for a $150,000 prize in a 3-on-3 tournament before this year’s NCAA national championship game. The Dos Equis 3X3U National Championship, announced on Monday, will be played at the Mall of America in Minneapolis on April 5-7. Only players who have exhausted their NCAA eligibility may

Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari make strong start to 2019 by topping opening test

1:11 PM ET ESPN staff Sebastian Vettel topped the first day of Formula One’s preseason after Ferrari made an impressive start to testing. Recap how the first day of pre-season testing for the 2019 Formula One season unfolded, with Sebastian Vettel going fastest on an impressive day for Ferrari. We now know what all 10

Kris Bryant happy to clear air with Yadier Molina over comments about St. Louis

MESA, Ariz. — Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant said he’s more than happy to clear the air with Yadier Molina after offseason comments made by Bryant about the city of St. Louis raised the ire of the Cardinals‘ All-Star catcher. Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina took exception to quips about St. Louis by Cubs star

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