The players, in matching black T-shirts bearing “1,” lapped up the love by playing up to the estimated 400,000 people packing the “fan mile”…
Four players, as well as an entire team, were inducted into the Shawnee County Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday evening.
Mario Chalmers signed a contract extension on Monday to remain with the Miami Heat.
The first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal, Alice Coachman Davis, has died at age 90.
The champion in college football will hoist a new trophy beginning in January 2015.
Three Kansas State Wildcat football players, B.J. Finney, Cody Whitehair, and Ryan Mueller, were added to the Lombardi award watch list on M…
Ben Heeney, a linebacker for the Kansas Jayhawks, has been named to two more preseason watch lists on Monday.
Felix Hernandez and Adam Wainwright are named the starting pitchers for Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game.
Germany and Argentina went head to head during the World Cup final soccer match Sunday, July 13. Germany won 1-0.
The Rossville Rattlers beat the Baldwin City Blues 11-8 in 10 innings in Sunday night’s regular-season finale.
The Kansas City Royals beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2 on Sunday afternoon.
Germany beat Argentina 1-0 with a goal in the 113th minute to win the World Cup on Sunday.
Brad Keselowski cruised into ‘Victory Lane’ in New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon.
Former Kansas Jayhawk safety, and current San Diego Charger Darrell Stuckey returned to Lawrence to host a kid’s camp on Saturday.
The Santa Fe Trail Chargers alumni squad beat the Perry-Lecompton alumni squad 10-0 on Saturday night.
The Detroit Tigers made it three-in-a-row against the Kansas City Royals with a 5-1 win on Saturday night.
Sporting Kansas City beat the Montreal Impact 2-1 on Saturday night.
On Friday, the 25th Sunflower State Games kicked off with tennis, track and field, and much more.
The Detroit Tigers made it two-in-a-row against the Kansas City Royals as they escaped with a 2-1 win on Friday night.
Former Jayhawk Andrew Wiggins scored 18 points in his NBA Summer League debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
“King James” reveals he is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2014-15 season. Here is a look at Lebron’s career to this point.
“King James” will return to his throne in the 2014-15 season for the Cavaliers after revealing his plans in an SI.com article.
The oft-maligned city of Cleveland is on quite a roll.
LeBron James tells Sports Illustrated, that he’s decided to go home.
The Topeka Golden Giants and Rossville Rattlers honored coach and founder Brett Cowdin.