Selig Resurrected MLB As Profitable Business
The retiring commissioner has plenty of critics, but it's tough argue against his track record of sustained labor peace.
20 Worst Sports Franchises Of All Time
GQ selects 20 sad-sack sports outfits and chronicles the bad decisions and bum luck that have scarred generations of fans.
Guggenheim Delivers Dodger Division Title
The new owners in Los Angeles invest heavily in the stadium and the team, and it pays dividends quickly.
How Many Medics Do You Need For NFL Game?
Nearly two dozen doctors are present at every NFL game, just in case something goes wrong.
Could The Derek Boogaard Wrongful Death Lawsuit Deliver Knockout Blow To NHL?
In the coming years no full-contact professional sport will be immune from the realities of concussion litigation, and the case of the ex-Minnesota enforcer should be closely watched.
Young Quarterbacks Defy NFL History
Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson performed at amazing levels of efficiency last year, and the trend continues.
Time To Treat College Athletes Fairly
Top-level universities with successful football and basketball programs have undergone exponential growth in revenue.
Li Na Becomes First Chinese Tennis Player To Reach U.S. Open Semifinals
The 31-year-old is the third most compensated female athlete in the world, behind Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.
Roger Federer Falls In Stunning Fashion In Fourth Round Of U.S. Open
The Swiss star ended his year with another disappointing loss, sparking more questions about how long he'll be in the game.