With the start of baseball season comes a whole lot of hooey. We dispel some of the myths.
With March Madness around the corner, a basketball lover finally learns how to shoot a jumper.
Why football’s biggest game should be played in the top team’s town
For the NHL, getting locked out of network television has led to an online revolution.
A fan of a football underdog tries to find joy in supporting a winning team.
Racers have tackled Pikes Peak since 1916. This year, a veteran attempts a record in a 800-horsepower Ford Fiesta.
The NFL could use a little help boosting its profile, don’t you think?
New tennis rackets made of high-tech materials make us nostalgic for simpler times.
When did Major League Baseball players forget the art of the graceful exit?
Thoroughbred guru Larry Jones saddles up for his last derby season.
Long before Tiger roared, a Golden Bear ruled the links.
Puerto Rico’s boxing hero bobs and weaves to the top.
Climbing Everest is getting even harder.
Developers of new golf courses know no recession.
Why are so many of America’s top professional golfers, including wunderkind Anthony Kim, hightailing it across the pond and invading the less prestigious European PGA Tour? Follow the money.
Phil Niekro earned his place in the Baseball Hall of Fame by throwing the mysterious knuckleball, a pitch that confounded everyone—including himself.