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The film will look back at the Jamaican sprinter's record-making career.
Detroit takes on Tampa Bay tonight as the road to the Stanley Cup continues.
Today's game against the Chicago White Sox will be a first for the MLB: it will be played in a closed stadium.
Spurs host the Clippers Thursday in game six. Winner of the series will play Houston in the second round.
The 1988 National League MVP made the announcement Tuesday through Fox Sports Detroit, where he calls Tigers games. He had not been in the broadcast booth since opening day April 6.
Cavaliers forward Kevin Love will likely miss the remainder of the postseason with "extensive" damage to his left shoulder.
Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league office and its management council will file tax returns as taxable entities for the 2015 fiscal year.
Today's game postponed again in riot-ravaged Baltimore.
Get a look at some of the top horses hoping to cross the finish line at this weekend's race.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, April 28.
The prize fund will be the highest ever in professional tennis.
Witnesses say the star fighter ran from a wreck that hospitalized a pregnant woman but quickly came back to grab "a large handful of cash" from the car.
About 1,000 fans were inside the stadium when the game was called off, and many gates already had been closed.
The St. Louis Cardinals say injured ace Adam Wainwright is out for the season because of a torn left Achilles.
The Green Bay Packers will give thanks to Brett Favre during their Thanksgiving night game.
Hamilton was the 2010 AL MVP and an All-Star in each of his five seasons with Texas from 2008-12.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper all plan to skip the spotlight.
Tennis fans: Leave your selfie stick at home.
Jones (21-1) is scheduled to defend his title against Anthony "Rumble" Johnson at UFC 187 in Las Vegas on May 23.
Convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers are urging jurors to reject the death penalty, saying "no punishment could ever be equal to the terrible effects of these crimes."