Over the years, many leagues have come and gone trying to replicate (or at least compete with) the NFL. But no joke was bigger than the XFL.
Just for one day, Coney Island’s stadium welcomed a sport unknown or forgotten by many in the neighborhoods of New York: stickball.
It’s summer, so let’s talk sports movies! One of our writers starts by offering up his Top 10 baseball movies—from Major League to Sandlot and much more!
The Olympics have never been a stranger to political tension, and 1980 was certainly no different. But amid all that, there was this hockey game…
This July 4th, we look back at some of the more notable moments throughout sports history—some tragic, many triumphant, and all worth remembering.
Larry Bird and Magic Johnson were once credited with making March Madness a thing. But for Bird, the road to the NBA was long and rocky.
Before Lisa Leslie was a WNBA star, she embarrassed the heck out of a high school. Plus, remember dominant Tiger Woods? It’s time for our final segment.
Earlier, we had fun with some of the shortest and tallest athletes in history. Now from Bynum to Paige and so much more, how about the youngest and oldest?
Only the passage of time had allowed Hank Aaron to truly enjoy what he had accomplished by smacking his 715th career home run.
From Muggsy Bogues to Manute Bol, finding those of great height (or lack thereof) isn’t difficult. Of course, it isn’t just exclusive to the NBA, either.
In our second installment of past sporting contests that got way out of hand, remember when the rangers scored 30 runs? Or, when the Cavs beat Miami by 68?
Joe Namath wasn’t the only Jet to guarantee victory ahead of Super Bowl III, he’s just the only one who did so publicly. And, remember the AFL/NFL rivalry?
Many thought Muhammad Ali didn’t stand a chance against Sonny Liston back in February of 1964. They were wrong. But it wasn’t all about boxing then, either.
Few have been as dominant as Max Scherzer lately. One pitcher who could make such a claim? That’d be Robbie Ray. Really. And each of them feature today.
In the latest excerpt from Marty Gitlin’s new book, we revisit Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling—touching on the symbol that Louis was, and so much more.
This Spurs-Warriors matchup is one we needed two years ago, which makes this series compelling for an entirely different set of reasons.
On this day in 1977, former Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner took a trip to the dugout to manage the team. For the longest time, his presence was all around.