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.
If baseball’s postseason is anything like the last night of the regular season, we’re in for one hell of an October.
The new NFL collective bargaining agreement, which was officially ratified by players on Thursday, contains a historic provision.
On Wednesday, former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead in his apartment outside Los Angeles. Authorities are calling Irabu’s death an apparent suicide.
This week, the transactions wire and rumor mill are going mad.
Your government failed you today.
“Not that long ago, there were nights I went to sleep in strange places praying I wouldn’t wake up. After another night of bad decisions, I’d lie down with my heart speeding inside my chest like it was about to burst through my …
Back in 2003, septuagenarian Jack McKeon, 72, led the Florida Marlins to a World Series title. Now the Marlins are hoping that McKeon has improved with age.
It may have been surprising that Minnesota Twins pitcher Franciso Liriano, who entered Monday night’s game against the Chicago White Sox with a 9.13 ERA, was the man who threw the first no-hitter of the 2011 baseball season.
Hey, batters, hope you took extra swings this spring. Because you guys were pretty lousy last season.
The most pessimistic group of sports fans on the planet – those who cheer for Philadelphia sports teams – now have an unexpected reason to be delirious. In one of the most surprising off-season moves in recent baseball history, …
They don’t make managers like Sparky any more. That’s why everyone couldn’t help but love him.
Baseball’s got a nasty World Series problem.