Yan Gomes prepares for a hero’s welcome at home plate after his winning three-run home run.
CLEVELAND — The Indians never win a game like this. Not even in their dreams.
Cincinnati’s Jay Bruce is greeted by Todd Frazier after hitting a solo home run in the sixth inning.
NEW YORK — Johnny Cueto earned a win in his return to the Cincinnati Reds’ rotation, and a big assist goes to Jay Bruce.
Peter Kobelt of New Albany suffered a heartbreaking loss in the final match.
URBANA, Ill. — It is every tennis player’s worst nightmare. Facing match point, the team’s fate is on your shoulders, and you need to hit a second serve to stay alive.
Pinch-runner Matt Lawson dives into home plate to score the winning run in the 10th inning as RailRiders catcher Jeff Farnham waits for the throw.
The 10th inning broke perfectly for the Clippers last night in Huntington Park, which tends to happen when a team is playing good baseball.
Beleaguered manager Don Mattingly said yesterday that he doesn’t feel like he is about to be fired by the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he has no idea whether he needs to win a three-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers to keep his job.
Ohio State women’s basketball coach Kevin McGuff announced the hiring of Joy Cheek and Patrick Klein as assistant coaches yesterday.
The way center Ryan Johansen finished the season in Columbus — strong defensively and effective between wingers R.J. Umberger and Nick Foligno — gave the Blue Jackets hope that he had moved beyond needing constant prodding to stay motivated.
I called Dave Hetzler yesterday morning. You remember, Hetzler, right? The former general manager of the Columbus Magic. What, you don’t remember the Magic? The city’s first major-league soccer team. OK, if you don’t remember the team, then you probably don’t remember the general manager.
Denying he ever contemplated suicide, Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams accused his former fiancée yesterday of taking private comments out of context in a bid to win a lawsuit over the possession of a $785,000 diamond engagement ring.
Pat Williams is pretty good at being lucky, and he’s got a hunch.
You can now add to the list of teams that will at least consider adding former Buckeye Greg Oden if Oden is able to return from a third microfracture surgery on his knees.
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