KANSAS CITY — Curt Schilling gave up nine doubles and a home run, and the Kansas City Royals rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Thursday night for a surprising three-game sweep.
Papers and boxes fill the Hickman High School commons, the aftermath of seniors filling the area early in the day to receive this year’s class schedules. Despite the mess, the air conditioning there is an respite for football coach Jason Wright on Tuesday during the second sweltering day of two-a day practices.
ST. LOUIS — Marshall Faulk is gone, at least for the season if not forever, for the St. Louis Rams. Edgerrin James left the Indianapolis Colts for a free-agent deal with the Arizona Cardinals.
CINCINNATI — David Ross hit the pitch so squarely that he didn’t even feel it leave the bat.
KANSAS CITY — Mike Sweeney hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning, capping a two-run rally against rookie closer Jonathan Papelbon that carried the Kansas City Royals to a 5-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday night.
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas starting quarterback Kerry Meier, a redshirt freshman, was dripping with sweat Tuesday at the Jayhawks’ preseason football media day.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Less than a week into fall practice under new Kansas State head coach Ron Prince, former starting quarterback Allan Evridge has decided to transfer.
RIVER FALLS, Wis. — Jonathan Quinn might start demanding the Kansas City Chiefs bring him in for all of training camp.
The thousands of athletes who invaded Columbia for the Show-Me State Games have gone home for another year.
CINCINNATI — Outfielder Ryan Freel had three hits and made a down-and-dirty catch on the warning track that inspired a capacity crowd and helped the Cincinnati Reds roll to a 10-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night.
KANSAS CITY — Luke Hudson won his fifth straight decision and Emil Brown had three RBIs as the Kansas City Royals overcame David Ortiz’s major league-leading 41st homer to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-4 Tuesday night.
ST. LOUIS — Will Witherspoon is the latest to go into the Bermuda Triangle that is the middle linebacker position for the St. Louis Rams.
ST. LOUIS — From one start to the next, Jason Marquis keeps the St. Louis Cardinals guessing.
The outlook for the Big 12 Conference this season has zigged and zagged like a Vince Young broken-field run ever since the Texas quarterback sprinted into the end zone to win the national championship.
ST. LOUIS — After practice Monday, Gus Frerotte wore a T-shirt around Rams Park that read: “Life is good.”
Rank and file, players clambered up on to the clanky aluminum bleachers on Faurot Field. While autograph hounds and fans were held at bay outside Memorial Stadium, the MU football team was taking team pictures before the 3:30 p.m. start to the fourth-annual Fan Day on Sunday afternoon.
Nick Brockman’s daddy is a ninja.
Despite its dangers and hardships, Katie Pfefferkorn described competing in the Missouri River 340 as her summer vacation.
In the par-3 golf competition in the Show-Me State Games, the redheaded team of mother Gail Bailey and daughter Gynnah Hawkins scramble for a low score.
Harlem Globetrotters basketball coach, Henry Clark dropped his cell phone under the bleachers at the Mizzou Student Recreation Complex on Friday.