As New York and Boston clash for American League supremacy, the excitement that surrounded the teams last decade looks to have returned.
Despite the early skepticism, the 23-year-old Los Angeles Angels pitcher and hitter is exceeding expectations in just the first couple months of his major-league career.
An impending influx of talent hitting the market in the winter is the single biggest factor informing roster construction across baseball.
In reaching his 3,000th career hit Friday night, the Los Angeles Angels first baseman gave fans a chance to remember his historic greatness.
Pro football tends to prefer signal-callers who fit a certain mold. But a few draft prospects stand to push the league further outside its comfort zone.
The college-sports body must decide whether to double down on its amateurism rules—or to use an ongoing FBI probe as a chance to soften its stance on players making money.
The Cleveland Indians will stop wearing the controversial logo on their uniforms next year. What’s next for Native American–inspired imagery and names in the sports world?
Philadelphia’s quarterback is facing long odds at the Super Bowl—but onlookers shouldn’t count him out yet.
It took way too long for the Michigan State University gymnastics scandal to capture the country’s attention—and it’s easy to see why.
After retiring from a virtually flawless career, the former shortstop embarked on a messy tenure as the CEO of the Miami Marlins.
Turkey Day usually represents a late-season reset for pro football, but myriad controversies portend a more serious tone this year.
With the surprising firings of Dusty Baker, Joe Girardi, and others, Major League Baseball is learning that managers must do far more than just win.
Teams are calling on relief pitchers earlier and earlier, and October looks drastically different because of it.
Towns are weighing the practicality of artificial fields against the potential health risks for the kids who play on them.
The 5-foot-6-inch Houston Astros second baseman and American League MVP frontrunner is one of the greatest anomalies in the sport’s history.
The Atlanta Braves executive became the first black man to run a Major League Baseball team—but few have followed in his footsteps in the last 40 years.
Catching more sleep could help student-athletes catch more touchdowns, but some still argue sports schedules are a reason against moving back the first bell.