Well, that’s more like it. This year’s Mr. October has emerged from the World Series.
This summer, Josh Hamilton of the Texas Rangers tossed a ball into the stands. Shannon Stone, a Rangers fan sitting with his son, died trying to catch it. How a team and family have helped each other grieve
This World Series is for the heartland.
One of the saddest, most jarring aspects of the 15-car accident that took the life of reigning Indy 500 champ Dan Wheldon on Sunday: before the race, some drivers saw bad things coming.
Auto racing lost an endearing personality on Sunday afternoon. Dan Wheldon, the British driver who won two Indianapolis 500 titles – including this year’s race – died in a horrific 15-car wreck during the last event of the …
Get those juiced goats off the field, please.
After a seven-hour meeting on Monday, the NBA and its players union could not agree to a labor deal, forcing commissioner David Stern to cancel the first two weeks of the regular season, which was scheduled to tip off on November 1.
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, who died at his home on Saturday morning at 82, was never beloved outside of Raider nation.
When Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Jose Valverde whiffed Alex Rodriguez late Thursday night, ending Game 5 of the American League Division Series, the Yankees Stadium boos never seemed louder. And A-Rod never seemed smaller.
“Are You Ready For Some Football?” is no more.
If you’re a baseball fan who enjoys nothing more than the New York Yankees falling on their faces in October, tonight has the potential to be special.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s fourth week.
They’re passionate and, yes, sometimes brutal. And as the Phillies start their postseason run, the Eagles’ struggles leave fans in the City of Brotherly Love less than satisfied