The Seattle Seahawks announced that the arch lights on the roof of CenturyLink Field will be among many iconic monuments around the world being illuminated blue to support the United Nations–sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day tomorrow.
In addition, the team will donate 10% of sales to "Ben's Fund" for every regular priced hat and knit cap sold during the month of April at the team's four retail stores. The retail stores, known as THE PRO SHOP, are located at... Read at Seahawks 101
The New York Yankees have acquired more infield help after striking a deal with the Houston Astros for Gregorio Petit.
Acquiring Petit will only cost the Yankees cash and it's a move that'll bolster their infield that recently lost Brendan Ryan, who was slated to be the team's utility man this season but suffered a grade two calf strain on Wednesday that will force him to miss the start of the season.
Petit will report to major-league camp.
Ryan's injury was... Read at Yankees 101
Right now the member of Kentucky that New York Knicks fans are concentrating on is Karl-Anthony Towns. However, no one knows if the Knicks will be in position to select him or believe in him enough to do so even if they can. In fact, there's no telling if the Knicks even have a long-term coach in place at the moment. If Fisher doesn't work out could the Knicks move on to Kentucky's current head coach John Calipari?
John Calipari's first run in the NBA didn't go as... Read at Knicks 101
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in a recreational activity and underwent surgery last week to repair it, according to the Kings hockey operations, the surgery was successful.
“It wasn’t at the rink,” said Kings Assistant General Manager Rob Blake in regards to where the injury occurred.
Voynov arrived to his trial on a felony domestic violence charge, at the Torrance branch of Los Angeles Superior Court today in a bulky... Read at LA Kings 101
Horse racing is an undeniably British sport. Whilst this exhilarating spectacle is performed in countries across the globe, from South Africa to Hong Kong to Australia, it is in the UK that both the sport's successful history and promising future firmly remain. Therefore, it is unsurprising, that the most famous of horse racing's venues exist within British boarders - with influential racecourses such as Aintree, Cheltenham and... Read at Olympic Games 101