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With more and more pitchers requiring an operation that takes a year from which to recover, perhaps teams would be better served figuring out how to prevent the injuries in the first place. Changing approach to rotation >>
Former professional player Danny Wax has developed a platform that makes it easier to find playing partners via LinkedIn. One-stop booking >>
Back in the 70s, a 6-11 center named George Johnson learned the underhand shooting technique on free throws from his All-Star teammate and improved quickly and dramatically. Approach backed by science >>
In the aftermath of NFL prospect Michael Sam's announcement that he is gay, it is worth remembering that last year there was talk of four current players coming out together. Shifting attitudes >>
Ev Williams and Biz Stone hope that soccer fans eager to discuss the World Cup will build a following on "Medium."
Opposite of the 140-character mentality >>
The group's 13th annual bash brings the usual bevy of sports and entertainment celebrities to raise money for a good cause. Hall of Famers everywhere >>
Think of all the time couples spend in bed checking texts, emails, Instagram photos, Snapchats, CNN, etc., but this bit of technology is designed to bring them closer together. Scientific, not 'fratty' >>
The professionalism of America's youth programs forces players to grow up far too soon. See the trailer >>
Pitching guru Tom House says the current thinking in baseball must be overhauled to protect shoulder and elbows. Radical approach to starting rotation >>
Other NFL stars including Ray Lewis, Clay Matthews, Von Miller, Nate Solder and Terrence Cody gather to help. Children's foundation to benefit >>