Upon hearing the news of Prince Fielder’s retirement, we caught up with his HS coach, Wayne Tyson, getting an inside look at the player we came to love.
A-Rod was a Mariner, Ranger, and Yankee. A-Rod was loved and hated. A-Rod was a superstar. A-Rod was many things, and now it’s time for us to say goodbye.
As we often learn, athletes are not like us. The Adam/Drake LaRoche saga is just another example.
Jermichael Finley’s story is inspiring, even if it ends without a return in the NFL.
With Troy Polamalu walking away, is there any chance he can bring some others with him?
The engine behind the NBA’s greatest modern offense calls it quits after 19 years.
Chris Borland’s early retirement from football will only hold meaning if those in power change to the game.
Alfonso Soriano had a very good career, but will our memory of him be clouded by the extraordinarily high expectations that were placed upon him?
Are the Kansas City Royals about to blow up a roster that nearly won a World Series?
Favre’s two traitorous seasons in Minnesota are beging forgiven. But should they be forgotten?
The Yankees’ captain is the last remaining player from the Yankees teams of the 1990s, retiring one year after Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte.
With a second Super Bowl ring, wouldn’t the time be ripe for Peyton to hang them up?
His numbers over the course of 12 seasons in Toronto were impressive, but his 4-year stretch from 2008-2011 split between Toronto and the Philadelphia Phillies may have been his greatest achievement.
Consistent lefty, five-time World Series Champion, or just another PED user that marred the fragile reputation of baseball? Honestly, it’s probably a combination of the three.