Red Sox P Matt Barnes ejected after throwing at Manny Machado

Can this new-look lineup get it done against Baltimore's rookie starter? "He really came into camp in good shape and arm felt really good and he's taken it and run with it so far". That's how you win games. It's baseball, man. I can't speak for them. Considering how the Sox responded immediately; considering how Barnes and Pedroia both apologized, Pedroia profusely; considering Pedroia is the one who's hurt, and Machado was - thankfully - not hit with the terribly placed pitch; this should ...

Bucks confident for Game 5 in Toronto

Bucks confident for Game 5 in Toronto

Well, right up until Saturday afternoon. Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan (10) during the fourth quarter in game four of the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs at BMO Harris Bradley Centre April 23, 2017. They forced 21 turnovers. "We had no other option", he said. "We've got to be hungry". You give Giannis [Antetokounmpo] a rhythm dribble and an open look, he adjusts to it.

Chris Gayle's thanks to friends, fans and franchise

It had felt an eternity since Gayle had last come good, 17 matches since his last 50 in fact, but when he turns up in a mood like that, it becomes very hard for the bowling side no matter what the conditions. "Once I crossed the line, I said: "Listen it's time to have a go" and then it eventually paid off, so I am really happy to get the runs ", he said on the landmark.

'I'll be back': Ibrahimovic vows to return

'I'll be back': Ibrahimovic vows to return

United is already without Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo after the pair suffered "significant" knee ligament damage in the Europa League quarter-final against Anderlecht and Mourinho is unsure whether Pogba will recover in time to face City.

Sakho explains his celebrations with Benteke v Liverpool

Crystal Palace's Zaire-born Belgian striker Christian Benteke (C) scores past Liverpool's Belgian goalkeeper Simon Mignolet (L) during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace at Anfield in Liverpool, north west England on April 23, 2017 .

Gloves off in French election

Le Pen has portrayed him as the "candidate of finance", though Macron has countered that he "learnt a job; every political leader should have one", as a Financial Times report noted . The May 7 runoff will pit the centrist independent against the far-right populist. He recalled the March parliamentary elections in the Netherlands that were victorious for moderate politicians amid populism fears across Europe following the last year's Brexit.