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Babe Ruth’s jersey sold at auction for a record-breaking $5.6 million

It’s been more than a century since Babe Ruth started his baseball career, but the Bambino is still breaking records. A Babe Ruth New York Yankees jersey from 1928-1930 fetched $5.64 million at auction Saturday, making it the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold, according to the auction house. The previous record was…MORE

Formula E: Mercedes-Benz and Porsche to join new championship

Porsche and Mercedes-Benz will be competing in Formula E next year as the all-electric series revealed its new bumper calendar for the 2019/20 season. The two motorsport titans will come face to face with rivals BMW and Audi for the first time in what will be the busiest season in Formula E history. READ: The…MORE

Will the USWNT continue goalscoring form against Chile?

The reigning Women’s World Cup champion sure didn’t ease into France 2019 as the US Women’s National Team thrashed Thailand 13-0 in its opening game of the tournament. Jill Ellis’ side set a World Cup record for the highest score in their first game in France, and seven different players got in on the act…MORE

Italy ends nearly 30-year drought at World Cup, joins England in round of 16

Italy failed to qualify for last year’s Men’s World Cup in Russia, a devastating blow to a nation that lives and breathes football. But the Italian women are doing brilliantly at this year’s Women’s World Cup in France, making history Friday by reaching the knockout phase for the first time since 1991 after Cristiana Girelli’s…MORE

Jordan Spieth called out his caddie on National TV at the US Open

Jordan Spieth was not happy with his caddie Michael Greller during the opening round of the 2019 U.S. Open. Spieth got off to a good start through the first seven holes of the tournament on Thursday, but things took a turn once he reached the eighth hole. READ: Tiger Woods’ 10-year plan to surpass Jack…MORE

An MLB player known as the ‘Japanese Babe Ruth’ made baseball history last night

The same night the Toronto Raptors won Canada’s first NBA championship, baseball phenom Shohei Ohtani made history of his own. The Los Angeles Angels’ designated hitter batted a single, double, triple and home run all in the same game—what’s known in the sport as a “cycle”—and became the first Japanese-born major leaguer to do it.…MORE

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