3 Hours ago
Marlins president David Samson reflects on the team's affection for the late Jose Fernandez, his family and how his path to America will live on.
5 Hours ago
In light of Jose Fernandez's death, Eduardo Perez tells the story of Fernandez saving his mother, who fell overboard while they were defecting in 2008. Perez also talks about Fernandez's importance to Miami and impact on baseball.
6 Hours ago
Michael Eaves explains the increased police presence at Bank of America Stadium as the Charlotte Police Department prepares to quell protests that would disrupt the game.
An emotional Don Mattingly looks back at the youthful enthusiasm Jose Fernandez played with.
Buster Olney shares his thoughts on Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who was killed in a boating accident early Sunday morning.
1 Hour ago
Pedro Gomez breaks down the enormous potential Jose Fernandez possessed as a young pitcher and details his significance to Cubans.
2 Hours ago
Check out and listen to the top plays and sounds from Week 4 of college football, including Dalvin Cook going 75 yards for a TD on FSU's first play, Bryce Bobo's crazy one-handed catch against Oregon and Texas A&M's Josh Reynolds 92-yard TD reception.
Dan Le Batard reacts to the news that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has died in a boating accident.
Eugene Monroe recalls playing in Baltimore during the civil unrest following the Freddie Gray case and applauds NFL players on their passion for change in their communities.
16 Hours ago
LSU looks like they have won with a miraculous D. J. Chark touchdown in the back of the end zone, but upon further review the Tigers didn't get the snap off before the clock struck zero, preserving the 18-13 win for Auburn.
15 Hours ago
Up 16-13, Stanford sacks UCLA QB Joey Alfieri and Stanf Solomon Thomas goes 42 yards for the touchdown to seal the Cardinals' 22-13 win.
After being stymied nearly all game, Ryan Burns throws the fade to JJ Arcega-Whiteside for his first career touchdown catch putting Stanford ahead 16-13 with 24 seconds remaining.
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