What do today’s bloated baseball contracts have in common with 1960s oil economics? (We know you’re asking that question.) A ton, actually.
Alex Rodriguez says he’s healthy. The Yankees are keeping him off the field. Are they treating him fairly?
An expansive TIME conversation with breakout NFL star.
Players are suing the NCAA for not paying fair compensation and being lax on concussions. And they’re scoring some wins
The former National League MVP told a litany of lies
A final round 66 gives Mickelson his first Open win
The Texas A&M quarterback, and Heisman winner, is all the talk in college football. But unlike Tebow, he’s no choirboy.
Drug suspensions are looming for Alex Rodriguez, and other big-name players.
Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell are among those who have tested positive for banned substances. It’s just business as usual for track and field.
South Africa — a country of some 50 million people — spent around $2.7 billion to stage the 2010 World Cup. Brazil’s 2014 World Cup costs have been rising, and have driven recent mass protests: how can a government pour so much money into sports, when so many citizens lack access to basic health care and education? Brazil has 192
Yes, such a thing exists. TIME takes a trip to the tournament to examines what it says about our youth sports obsession.
Major League Soccer is threatening sanctions for unruly fans. One team is offering a good behavior bonus. Why the meddling might not work.
The stats say the Pirates will have their first winning season since 1992. But it’s still hard to have faith