If you believe the rumors, LeBron James just might have one more move left in him. Some people think, if he feels he can't win another title in Cleveland once he hits free agency next year, he could be going west. That might mean Jerry West. More»
Pete Rose shouldn't come off baseball's ineligible list, nor should he be a manager or coach again, nor be on the field for anything except ceremonial occasions. But he still belongs on the Hall of Fame ballot. After that, the voters can decide what's next. More»
Rep. Steve Scalise was one of five wounded in a shooting on a baseball field on Wednesday during practice for a congressional charity baseball game. They had all come to the field to feel young, but this time witnessed the kind of scene that keeps playing out over and over again in America. More»
When it was all on the line in the biggest moments of the NBA Finals, the Warriors threw it to Kevin Durant. It doesn't mean he's Michael Jordan, but he sure played that way against the best in LeBron James and came out victorious. More»
Someday, there will be a statue of David Ortiz outside Fenway Park. He is one of the biggest and most important players the Red Sox have ever had. And the slugger's absence from the lineup this season has been felt in Boston. More»
The Warriors are now a win away from going 16-0 in this NBA postseason. And they've gotten here thanks to some symmetry: a late run at the end of Game 3, along with a timely block that had echoes from the 2016 Finals. More»
There have been other Yankees home run kids since Mickey Mantle. But few have captivated crowds quite like Aaron Judge, who continues to rake in June and sends baseballs flying into the stratosphere wherever he goes. More»
The Yankees and Red Sox will meet this week at Yankee Stadium. And, while it may be a little too early in the season for this to be a Big Series, we still see one of the great baseball rivalries of all time beginning to stir once again. More»
In the first news cycle after his DUI arrest, Tiger Woods wanted it made clear that alcohol was not involved when he was found asleep at the wheel of his car at 2 a.m. Monday morning. Doesn't make things better, but we hope he can get better. More»
On Memorial Day, traditionally the first good tracking point of the baseball season, we really need to talk about the team with the second-best record in the sport: the Colorado Rockies, who have a long list of reasons to be excited about where they're heading. More»
David Wright was going to be the Mets' Derek Jeter, and for a long time -- but then his body started breaking down. Wright still believes he can get back on the field. In the meantime, he watches the Mets' young stars grow up, including phenom Michael Conforto. More»
Of course, the Warriors will likely have to beat LeBron and the Cavs again to win it all. But what if they manage to sweep the NBA Finals? Would 16-0 in the playoffs be the greatest accomplishment in the history of team sports in this country? More»
Before we get to Memorial Day, people are starting to talk about Red Sox manager, John Farrell, because that is just the way things go, and not just in Boston. An underachieving team can still turn things around, though, to save the manager's job. More»
Yankees fans still talk about Yankee Universe -- but what they really want is order being restored to the baseball universe. And now they hope that kids like Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez begin to do that, as they have become a team to watch again. More»
Mike Trout, the best baseball player in this world, will gets an extra trip to New York this weekend, when the Angels play the Mets. It is a very big deal, because of Trout's big talent for baseball. The city receives a most honored baseball guest. More»
The Astros, for now, and maybe for this whole season, are the best team in baseball, the best mix of young and old and hitting and pitching and defense. Manager A.J. Hinch talked about his players' confidence and the trust he puts in them. More»
Derek Jeter was never the best player in baseball during his time in the game, but he was the player the kids wanted to be, and it is all inextricably tied to the fact that it all happened as the Yankees became the Yankees again. More»
So much has happened this season already in New York baseball, on both sides of town, more winning from the Yankees on the field, more drama from the Mets off it. You see how much the sport matters in the city. And we're just getting started. More»
It wasn't that long ago when Matt Harvey was nicknamed the Dark Knight, the savior of the New York Mets. Now? The Mets suspended Harvey for three days and the relationship doesn't seem like it's going to get better anytime soon. More»
Of all the early-season storylines around Major League Baseball right now, there are none bigger -- both figuratively and literally -- than Yankees slugger Aaron Judge. The kid has taken the league by storm and he's only 25 years old. More»
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