Gleyber Torres hit two of the four Yankees homers off Bartolo Colon and New York won 10-5 on Monday night to deny the Texas Rangers starter a milestone victory only three days before his 45th birthday.
by: AJ Neuharth-Keusch — Democrat & Chronicle 10h
Lonnie Walker IV, who's projected to be taken in the first round of the NBA draft, just blew Kyrie Irving's "Earth is flat" theory out of the water.
by: Stephen T. Watson — Buffalo News 10h
Former Buffalo Sabres winger Matt Moulson has sold his house in Amherst for $1.12 million, five months after the team waived him. Moulson...
by: Sean O'Leary — The Score 11h
The main pillar in the foundation of the Buffalo Sabres' organization is excited to add the next one. After finally winning a draft lottery, the Sabres will have the No. 1 pick in June, and Jack Eichel is excited at potentially adding a certain...
by: email@example.com (Steve Kournianos) — Sporting News 21 May
In many respects, Rasmus Dahlin is the most complete defense prospect to come into the NHL in decades. The Swedish sensation should help solve the biggest of Buffalo's many problems.
by: Tom Schad — Democrat & Chronicle 15h
Preston Wilson apologized Saturday for a reference he made to slavery during the television broadcast of the Houston Astros' game against the Cleveland Indians earlier in the day.
by: Rich Hill , The Canadian Press — TSN 20 May
Rich Hill went back on the Los Angeles Dodgers' disabled list, a day after a blister burst on his left middle finger, and ace Clayton Kershaw threw a bullpen session for the first time since getting hurt.
by: Steve Gardner — Democrat & Chronicle 7h
San Antonio moves toward a more 'family friendly' approach with new co-ed spirit squad for next season.
by: Paul.Hamilton — WGR 550 19 May
(WGR) - Switzerland has pulled two unbelievable upsets at the World Championship beating Finland and then Canada. The Swiss will now meet Sweden for the Gold Medal on Sunday.
by: N/A — TSN 19 May
Jets down 3-1 and this comeback wont be cake Conn Smythe race heating up Play on Mats Sundin's Team!
by: John Vogl — Buffalo News 19 May
By midseason, it had become a reflex action. A Buffalo Sabres player would get open for a scoring chance, and he'd pass up the shot. Inst...