Astros Make History With World Series No-Hitter, Brady Likely To Shatter NFL Record

Astros make World Series history with no-hitter - Tom Brady set to reach "impossible" passing feat - US gymnasts win 6th team gold - Commanders hire B of A to explore sale, U.S. attorney's office investigating - Panthers starting QB update

Houston enters record books, no-hitter ties World Series at 2-2 in game 4

The Houston Astros have come back to tie the World Series 2-2 with a no-hitter, 5-0 victory against the Phillies in Philadelphia on Wednesday night.

The Astros entered the record books with only the second no-hitter in World Series history, led by Cristian Javier with six brilliant innings and backed up by solid bullpen work and wrapped up by Ryan Pressly, reported.

Tom Brady set to become first in NFL history to reach "impossible" passing feat

Tom Brady is poised to set an NFL passing record that was once believed to be impossible as he approaches six figures in passing yardage. Brady is now only 164 yards away from reaching 100,000 passing yards in his career, which includes playoffs. He is currently at 99,836 yards.

Brady hasn't thrown fewer than 190 yards in a game this year, and averages 283.4 passing yards per game, so it's very likely that Brady will reach this historic mark in the next game, CBSSports reported.

US gymnasts win record-breaking 6th consecutive team gold at 2022 world championships

US gymnasts won a record-breaking 6th-straight team gold at the 2022 World Championships during the Women's Team Final. The win came on Day 4 of the 2022 Gymnastics World Championships at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England, WSBTV reported. The team was led by Olympic and NCAA stars Jordan Chiles and Jade Carey, as well as breakout star Shilese Jones, ESPN reported. The US squad has now won every championship gold medal since 2010

Commanders hire B of A to explore sale

The Washington Commanders have hired Bank of America Securities to explore potential transactions involving the team, which has been largely speculated to imply they may be putting the franchise up for sale, ESPN reported. According to reports, the sale price could approach $5 billion. A spokesperson for the franchise said the team was exploring all options, which could mean it is looking for minority investors.

U.S. attorney's office investigating Commanders over alleged financial improprieties

The U.S. attorney's office in the Eastern District of Virginia has opened a criminal investigation into allegations that the Washington Commanders engaged in financial improprieties, according to a pair of sources who confirmed the matter with ESPN on Wednesday. A statement from an attorney representing the commanders said: "We are confident that, after these agencies have had a chance to review the documents and complete their work, they will come to the same conclusion as the team's internal review, that these allegations are simply untrue."

Panthers will start PJ Walker at QB for 4th consecutive game

For the 4th consecutive game, the Carolina Panthers will start PJ Walker at quarterback in Week 9 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The former XFL signal-caller, who opened the season at third string QB, may remain under center for a while, thanks to his fourth-quarter Hail Mary that led the Panthers to a comeback win over the Falcons, CBSSports reported. Walker took over in Week 6 after Mayfield was injured and has remained a starter ever since.