The Olympic Games have begun. Here is what is happening during a busy opening 24 hours in Tokyo.
The Buffalo Sabres selected University of Michigan defenseman Owen Power with the first pick in the NHL Draft on Friday night.
Cleveland is changing its name from the Indians to the Guardians after the 2021 season, announcing the new moniker in a tweet Friday.
Some players in the Angels' minor league system are criticizing living conditions and food options within the organization to the point where they're deciding to retire. In response, GM Perry Minasian said the club "will look into it and address it."
A source close to Logan Mailloux told ESPN he was unaware the Canadiens were selecting him until the 31st pick was announced, although the team had shown interest in him during multiple interviews.
A court hearing for a restraining order requested against Trevor Bauer has been postponed to Aug. 2 so his legal team can prepare a defense against witnesses and documents that it claimed to have received only recently.
Yang Qian of China won the first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics in women's 10-meter air rifle.
After refusing to receive a vaccine for COVID-19, Rick Dennison is out as a Vikings assistant coach, sources told ESPN. Patriots assistant Cole Popovich also won't be with his team in 2021 in a decision related to the vaccine, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Texas and Oklahoma could make their move to the SEC official in a matter of weeks, ESPN has confirmed.
An Algerian judo athlete will be sent home from the Tokyo Olympics after he withdrew from the competition to avoid potentially facing an Israeli opponent.