NEW YORK (AP) — Tennis has a fuzzy yellow problem most players don't think about when they open can after can of fresh balls, or when umpires at U.S. Open matches make their frequent requests for "new balls please."
Because tennis balls are extremely hard to recycle and the industry has yet to develop a ball to m ... (full story)
Preakness officials say they are considering moving the second Triple Crown race back to four weeks after the Kentucky Derby instead of two weeks later, which would change the timing that has been in place for decades.
Aidan Butler, CEO of 1/ST Racing, which owns and runs Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore where the Preakness take ... (full story)
Contrary to popular belief, aging doesn’t necessarily mean that the ability to gain lean muscle mass gradually becomes a relic of the past.
Indeed, there’s literally hundreds of scientific studies which validate the thesis that muscle growth is possible no matter what your age.
The only hitch here is that it&rs ... (full story)
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Deshaun Watson's first two seasons with the Browns have been short, underwhelming and incomplete.
While expectations haven't been met, they haven't changed.
Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he's still confident Watson will bounce back from a shoulder injury that limited him this season and become th ... (full story)
BEREA (AP) — Joe Flacco's short, surprising stint with the Browns could lead to a second season in Cleveland — maybe as Deshaun Watson's backup.
General manager Andrew Berry said Monday that he would "absolutely love" to re-sign the 39-year-old Flacco, who went 4-1 as a starter and helped the Browns make th ... (full story)