Baseball will correct more on-field errors. Why that’s bittersweet for Don Denkinger
It’s about time.
A sports science writer unlocks the mysteries behind championship performances
How much time will the network devote to reporting a controversial policy?
The attorney who lost the last major case over professional football’s age limit says the star quarterback could win in court and leave the college game for good
Sam and Seth Levinson represented 13 of the 19 players connected to Biogenesis, the Florida clinic accused of supplying performance-enhancing drugs
Punishment should strike fans as arbitrary because it is. What’s next in the unending Biogenesis saga.
The New York Mets farmhand was having an awful year. And that was before being suspended by Major League Baseball Monday for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs
Blake Skjellerup, a speedskater from New Zealand, is calling on athletes to go to Sochi and oppose Russia’s anti-gay laws
A noted African-American sports sociologist, Harry Edwards, is rooting for reconciliation
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.