Dallas' Own Jordan Spieth Chasing PGA Grand Slam While Few Seem To NoticeIf Dallas native Jordan Spieth wins the PGA major at Harding Park he will join the most exclusive club in golf with the final leg of the career Grand Slam.
Slammed: Rangers Fall To A's 5-1 On WalkoffLance Lynn will have to wait until his next start to try to get career win number 100.
U.S. Open Officials: 'Time Is On Our Side' When Making Decision About COVID-19 Tournament CancellationOfficials with the U.S. Tennis Association say they expect to make a decision on whether or not to postpone or cancel the U.S. Open because of the COVID-19 pandemic by June.
Blue Jays Rout Rangers 19-4Toronto scored eight runs in the fourth, its biggest inning since an eight-run outburst against Seattle on Sept. 20, 2016.
Joey Gallo Connects For First Career Grand Slam As Rangers Defeat Royals 6-2Joey Gallo broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the 6th with a grand slam home run off Danny Duffy.
Women's Tennis Tour Changes Rules For Players Returning From PregnancyThe WTA announced that players returning to the tour may use a special ranking for up to three years after the birth of a child.
Djokovic Tops Federer's Conqueror For 11th US Open SF In RowNovak Djokovic managed to do what Roger Federer could not two nights earlier: beat 55th-ranked John Millman at the U.S. Open.
Federer Stunned By 55th-Ranked Millman In US Open 4th RoundRoger Federer served poorly. He volleyed poorly. Closed out sets poorly, too. And now he's gone, beaten at the U.S. Open by an opponent ranked outside the top 50.
Waiting For 1st Baby, Dallas Resident Isner Makes U.S. Open QFJohn Isner had just clinched his first U.S. Open quarterfinal berth since 2011 when his thoughts flashed back home to Dallas.
Serena, Venus Set Up Williams vs. Williams Match At US OpenGet ready for the latest Grand Slam installment of Williams vs. Williams. One big difference this time: The superstar siblings will be meeting in the third round at the U.S. Open.
1, Done: Halep 1st No. 1 To Lose 1st Open Match; Serena WinsSimona Halep made a quick-as-can-be exit Monday, overwhelmed by the power-based game of Kaia Kanepi to become the first No. 1-seeded woman to lose her opening match at the U.S. Open.