Down on the Farm: Beede throws one-hitter on Opening Day, could be headed to the bigs. By Dalton Johnson, NBC Sports BayArea Saturday’s Scores New York Yankees 8, Baltimore Orioles 3 (box score) New York Mets 3,Washington Nationals 2 (box score) Boston Red Sox 10, Tampa Bay Rays 3 (box score) Detroit Tigers 6, Chicago White Sox 1 (box score) Seattle Mariners 11, Minnesota Twins 4 (box score) St. Louis … Read moreGIANTS McCUTCHEN WALK-OFF DODGERS-OHTANI HOMERS IN FIRST THREE GAMES FOR THE LOS ANGELES ANGELS
Tiger Woods shot an even 72 in Round 3 of the 2018 Masters, staving off what would have been his third consecutive round over par and leaving him 13 shots off the lead at the time he finished. Woods is obviously out of contention at this tournament, but now it looks as if he’ll be kept from … Read moreTIGER WOODS WAY BACK AT MASTERS-MICKELSON STRUGGLES-McILROY SURGES
This is the first-round order of the 2018 NFL Draft, with a look at the top positional needs for every team, through the second wave of free agency (March 26). The draft order is determined by record, and using strength of schedule as a tiebreaker (record and strength of schedule are official tiebreakers to determine the … Read more2018 NFL DRAFT WILL BE DOMINATED EARLY BY A DEEP CROP OF QB’s
Duke recruit R.J. Barrett 6-foot-7 shooting guard averaged almost 29 points per game during the 2017-18 season for Montverde (Fla.) Academy, earning the Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year award and leading his team to a perfect 35-0 record, not to mention a national championship. By Cody Benjamin Unless you’ve been in a coma … Read moreRECRUITING TIME FOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL PROGRAMS-DUKE LOSING FOUR FRESHMAN
by Matt Norlander The season is over, but hiring season still rolls on. There are jobs still to be filled in college basketball. Many of them are closing in a hurry, though. Fred Glass says he wants Indiana University basketball to be a perennial contender, and the school’s athletic director is willing to spend like one to get … Read moreRECRUITING BUILDING PROGRAMS FOR 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAMS
MICHAEL BARI SHOW April 3, 2018 Michael Bari recaps the National Championship Game between the Michigan Wolverines and Villanova Wildcats. He also talks about the rarefied air that Jay Wright has a chance to experience.
The No. 1-seeded Villanova Wildcats completed their best season in school history with a dominating 79-62 championship game victory on Monday night over No. 3 Michigan Wolverines. By Matt Norlander The Villanova Wildcats have one of the best offenses ever and one of the greatest five years runs too, by by Reid Forgrave
By JOE DRAPE, VICTOR MATHER and ZACH SCHONBRUN 1st Half: Brunson Buries a Big 3 Jalen Brunson buries his first 3-pointer, with Michigan’s defenders conspicuously absent. Michigan misses, and it’s 37-28 Villanova, with the Wildcats also getting the last shot with 12 seconds to play. Donte DiVincenzo? Slam dunk by the revelatory Donte DiVincenzo. His season high was … Read moreNCAA CHAMPIONSHIP CENTRAL HALFTIME BREAKDOWN
Major League Baseball Early Games Pirates 5, Twins 4 (box score) Tigers 6, Royals 1 (box score) Cardinals 8, Brewers 4 (box score) Reds 1, Cubs 0 (box score)
MICHAEL BARI SHOW April 2, 2018 Michael talks about the NCAA Championship Game between the Michigan Wolverines and the Villanova Wildcats. He breakdown the two team offensively and defensively and tells you who he thinks will win.