O'Neill happy with share of the spoils in Serbia

Jeff Hendrick gave the visitors a flawless start when he struck home in the third minute for his first global goal, although Serbia capitalised on their pressure when Filip Kostic equalised an hour later. "We took an early lead and defended strongly after that". For tonight's game, O'Neill is forced into making a few changes from the side which fared so well in the latter part of the Euro 2016 campaign.

Rick Porcello Earns 20th win as Red Sox Fly by Blue Jays

In that outing, a 4-3 Blue Jays win, he went seven innings, allowing one run, four hits and one walk with four strikeouts. Happ (18-4) allowed two runs and four hits in six-plus innings to win for the first time since August 17 at the New York Yankees, ending a three-start winless streak.

Duterte and Obama finally met in Vientiane

Duterte and Obama finally met in Vientiane

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, left, glances at Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, right, at the start of 11th East Asia Summit on the last day of the 28th and 29th ASEAN Summits and other related summits at the National Convention Center Thursday, Sept.

Nationals' Stephen Strasburg feels pinch in elbow; will have MRI

Strasburg left the game in the third inning on Wednesday after he felt a pinch of pain in his right elbow. The setback came in his first outing since August 17 due to soreness in the elbow. He has allowed two runs over 13 innings while winning his last two starts. Wilson Ramos walked off with the bases loaded in the 11 inning to complete a sweep of the Braves.

Midges swarm field in Cleveland during Astros-Indians game

Instead of going to get the ball and "playing to the whistle", Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro made a decision to stand around and argue that the ball did, in fact, go off Lonnie's bat. The play gave Cleveland a 4-1 lead at the time. RHP Brad Peacock got the nod Tuesday against the Indians, allowing one run in 3 2/3 innings, and is the favorite.

Day 13 at the US Open

Day 13 at the US Open

Fourth-seeded Murray and Soares become the first team to win multiple slam doubles titles in a season since American brothers Bob and Mike Bryan won three in 2013. "They're the best team this year, defending champions, playing an unbelievable level, but I thought we did extremely well". "What have I learned from previous year?" "I've got a great partner in Bruno who makes a lot of returns for me and long may it continue".