The team, which will play its annual Thanksgiving Day game, is a reminder of the excitement the league used to produce on a regular basis.
What the historic World Series win taught me about about disappointment and forgiveness
The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors will almost certainly make the Finals next June. So here’s how fans can appreciate all the games in the meantime.
It’s also about defining baseball’s future, with two teams hoping to break losing streaks via forward-thinking approaches.
Probably not—but in a close race, a Cleveland Indians defeat could help Donald Trump, while a Tribe triumph might buoy Hillary Clinton.
Fifty years ago, the legendary Dodgers pitcher played his final game, marking the end of one of the greatest turnarounds in sports history.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has shortened the five-time Grand Slam champion’s two-year ban. She can return to competitive tennis in April 2017.
The New England Patriots’ recent success is a reminder of how America’s favorite sport is also the most hierarchical and least collaborative.
The New York Mets announced the former NFL quarterback will participate in the Instructional League.
The Boston Red Sox designated hitter is a legend on the field and beloved by fans—but his place in baseball’s official memory isn’t guaranteed.
The San Francisco quarterback has been attacked for refusing to stand for the Star Spangled Banner—and for daring to criticize the system in which he thrived.
The 49ers quarterback’s decision to sit during the national anthem is being framed by some as an affront to the American military.
What he could learn from America’s public pools
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has upheld the International Paralympic Committee's ban on all Russian competitors at the games.
The successes of foreign-born athletes like Mo Farah and Bernard Lagat offer a rejoinder to nationalistic sentiment in the U.S. and Britain.
Americans once completely dominated the sport—but that hasn’t been the case since last century.
The last of the four swimmers involved in a bizarre tale of robbery at gunpoint has paid $10,800 to resolve the case, for which Ryan Lochte and the U.S. Olympic Committee have apologized.
Embraces—in victory, defeat, and everything in between—are the best part of the Olympics, and they come in many varieties.
Chance the Rapper, Sia, and others bring their inspirational A-Games.
For both the men and women’s teams, the USA’s expected dominance in Rio means their goal isn’t so much to win: It’s to prove they can’t lose.