Nadal dominates Gasquet in return from wrist injury at China Open
WTOP's digital sports editor Noah Frank stumps for his hometown Oakland Athletics as they enter the Major League Baseball playoffs.
Michigan native and WTOP News Director Mitch Miller grew up a Detroit Tigers fan and is hoping for a Tigers-Nationals World Series.
Angels fan Adrian Spinelli explains why his club is destined to win the 2014 World Series.
WTOP's Rich Hunter discusses his St. Louis fandom and explains why he thinks the Cardinals are ticketed for another championship.
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck looks back on how he became a Dodger fan as his Boys in Blue enter the 2014 Major League Baseball playoffs.
WTOP's Samantha Loss grew up driving up to Orioles games with her family, and explains why the O's are primed for October.
WTOP's Jonathan Warner tells us why the hometown Washington Nationals can get over the hump and win the World Series in 2014.
India boxing team's protest against scoring in women's semi at Asian Games rejected
Retired tennis star Li Na receives tearful send-off on center court at China Open
NC State's Doeren accuses Florida State of faking injuries; FSU's Fisher denies allegation
McGinley's plans before players made the team; fish in European colors
Jim Harbaugh on Deion Sanders' report players want him gone: "That's a bunch of crap."
Local wild card Tatsuma Ito upsets Australian Open champ Stan Wawrinka at Japan Open
Clippers welcome return of focus on basketball after Donald Sterling scandal
As the Nationals get ready to start playoff baseball later this week, one player has a request for fans.
WTOP brings you a look at each of the 10 postseason-bound teams from the perspective of a fan of each one.
Developer with big stadium plans asks Los Angeles mayor for more time to land NFL franchise
The wild, wild SEC West sets stage for historic triple play of Top 25 matchups
Pro leagues, NCAA file legal opposition to New Jersey's latest sports gambling effort
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