The world zigs, and Jerry Jones zags.
David Freese had the grace to acknowledge how lost he had been feeling at the plate before he slammed a slider from Detroit reliever Joba Chamberlain over the fence in left-center in the eighth inning Sunday to lift the Angels to a 2-1 victory over the Tigers.
Game, set, gold.
There was a period a few years ago when many wondered whether Jeff Gordon's best days were behind him.
It was Donald Sterling's last chance to present evidence that might persuade a judge he should remain in control of the Clippers. And things didn't go so well.
Wimbledon fans got an entertaining show from a tennis senior citizen and a big sigh of relief from their top-seeded men's player here Wednesday. Novak Djokovic, who won here in 2011 and lost in the final to Andy Murray last year, was cruising on Centre Court with a two-set lead against an aging opponent. But when 35-year-old Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic got the third set into a tiebreaker, things got dicey for the Serb star. He held a 5-3 lead in the tiebreaker and squandered that. He held a 5-2 lead, and had two serves, in the fourth-set tiebreaker and nearly did the same. As the match became more hotly contested, Stepanek lunged all over the court, falling about every...