Ultimate guide for Game 3: Who will take control of the series?
Can Kyle Hendricks pitch the Cubs a step closer to a title? Will Josh Tomlin be able to keep the ball in the park with the wind blowing out? Setting up Game 3 of the World Series.
Wait 'til this year: At last, the Fall Classic returns to Wrigley
Welcome to Game 3 of the World Series, to be played for the first time in 71 years in the shadow of the reddening ivy in the Friendly Confines.
Former Cubs, celebrity fans to attend Wrigley Field's first Series in 71 years
Billy Williams will throw out the first pitch and Bill Murray will handle the seventh-inning stretch when the Cubs host Game 3 on Friday night.
Wind could play a major factor in Game 3.
Buster Olney reports that the wind will potentially blow towards the outfield at 20 miles per hour and discusses how that can play a factor in Game 3 of the World Series.
United's Rooney 'going nowhere' - Mou
Jose Mourinho insists Wayne Rooney is "going nowhere" despite continuing speculation about the Manchester United captain's future.
Errors blight De Gea's recent displays
One of the world's best goalkeepers has made some uncharacteristic mistakes in the past few months.
Mourinho backs Mkhitaryan to win place
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Henrikh Mkhitaryan is fit and has backed the player to come good eventually.
Spurs to make up for lost chances vs. Leicester
"Being close to touching the glory, that is always sad. Creating good feelings again is the most difficult thing," said Mauricio Pochettino.
Klopp: Am I allowed to like Sir Alex?
Jurgen Klopp has admitted he is a fan of Sir Alex Ferguson but said his comments about Liverpool's recent form will have no impact on his team.
Rooney to replace Gerrard in MLS?
The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! As always, Transfer Talk has the latest rumours.
After a tough run, United have optimism
Manchester United's 10 days of nightmare fixtures are over and there is finally some optimism around the club.
Picamoles leads Saints to victory
Louis Picamoles put in an outstanding man-of-the-match performance as Northampton Saints edged Gloucester 23-20 at Franklin's Gardens.
Butcher: Moeen finally brings consistency.
Mark Butcher looks at how England's Moeen Ali managed to take only his second Test five-for as he excelled against Bangladesh.
Follow live: Cavaliers take on Raptors
The Raptors host LeBron James and the Cavs in Toronto. Follow all the action here.
Steph Curry might be the grittiest player in the NBA
When you think of grit in the NBA, you probably don't think of two-time reigning MVP Stephen Curry draining 3-pointers from impossible range. But maybe you should.
Stephen A. thinks Durant should use a championship as motivation, not critics.
Stephen A. Smith thinks Kevin Durant isn't using the right form of motivation to propel him to a championship.
How defensive versatility is changing the NBA game
The key to today's NBA: loading up on players who can guard anyone on the floor. As KD has shown, it's the best way to stop the Warriors.
Durant shoots away in empty gym and yells at himself.
Kevin Durant stays long after the Warriors' practice to take shots and finds motivation by yelling at himself.
Wade apologizes for throat-slash gesture in win
Dwyane Wade apologized for a throat-slash gesture he made in the Bulls' win Thursday over the Celtics.
Andrew Bogut explains why he chose Dallas over Houston
Andrew Bogut believed the Mavericks, who play the Rockets on Friday, were a better fit both on and off the court.
How Dallas almost missed on Dak ... over and over
A missed draft pick. A trade that fell through. Another draft pick. Another trade. It did work out, but time after time, Dallas had plans that did NOT involve starting a kid named Dak Prescott.
London games draw NFL fans from across Europe
NFL games in London aren't just for the league's fans in the UK; they are a magnet for American football aficionados from across Europe who enjoy a camaraderie that knows no borders.
Bernie's birthday blather
Maurice Hamilton reflects on the latest comments made by Bernie Ecclestone about safety and how they reflect his age and increasingly fragile position as the commander-in-chief of Formula One.
Ross Brawn and the shape of things to come
Kate Walker looks at the latest rumours of Ross Brawn returning to F1 in a technical leadership role and what that suggestions says about Liberty Media's plans for the sport.
Geech at 70: How he became a rugby legend
Sir Ian McGeechan will always be remembered as a brilliant coach - but his playing days should not be forgotten either, writes Huw Richards.
Arsenal forward Perez out for eight weeks
Lucas Perez is expected to be sidelined for around eight weeks with ankle ligament damage.
The numbers behind Arsenal's good start
Often criticised for their finishing, Arsenal have turned over a new leaf this season. Here's a look at how the Gunner have become more ruthless.
Pogba accused of having 'no positional sense'
Paul Pogba is presenting a "big problem" for Jose Mourinho and has "no positional sense", according to former Manchester United midfielder Johnny Giles.
Nishikori ousts Del Potro in Swiss quarterfinals
Kei Nishikori ended Juan Martin del Potro's long winning run at the Swiss Indoors, edging their quarterfinal 7-5, 6-4 on Friday.
3 cars set on fire at Pettis home in Milwaukee
Authorities are investigating after three vehicles were burned in the Milwaukee driveway of mixed martial arts fighters Anthony and Sergio Pettis.
McIlroy back in the mix in Shanghai
After stalling on day one, Rory McIlroy is back in contention with a second-round 66 at the HSBC Champions, where Hideki Matsuyama leads by three shots.
Wales captain Warburton signs new dual deal
Wales captain Sam Warburton is among four players who have re-signed national dual contracts ahead of the autumn Tests.
Why Angelique Kerber's run in Singapore could end early
By now, there's no question Angelique Kerber deserves to be the No. 1 player. But that doesn't mean she will survive the semifinals at the WTA Finals. (Watch on ESPN3, Saturday 4 a.m. ET.)
What does it take to be a top League of Legends player?
Eugene Park, better known as Pobelter, steps into the ESPN Sport Science lab to have his League of Legends skills analyzed.