Sports are an integral part of our culture and give many of us a reason to cheer and jeer. Learn about the history of sports and how your favorite sports really work.
Why Do So Many Women’s Sports Still Incorporate Skirts?
Why Aren't There More Asian-Americans in Pro Team Sports?
5 Reasons to Join a Sports Club
10 Funny Intramural Team Names
10 Tips for Semi-pro Football Tryouts
5 Tips for Finding the Right Tennis Club
A Parent's Guide to Coaching Pop Warner Football
10 Surprising Pop Warner Players
5 Tips for Coaching Pop Warner Cheerleading
Everyone Is Going Bananas for the Savannah Bananas
Aaron Judge Breaks American League Home Run Record
Robot Umps Will be Calling Pitches at Future MLB Games
Late-night Tweeting Can Hurt NBA Players' Performance, Study Shows
Do men really schedule their vasectomies during March Madness?
Is there a science to bracketology?
Puffy Guardian Caps Could Reduce NFL Player Concussions
What Are the Costs of Canceling College Football?
Male Cheerleaders to Perform in Super Bowl for First Time Ever
What Is the Hosel on a Golf Club?
Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?
What Are the Odds of a Hole-In-One?
How the Ultimate Fighting Championship Works
What Does a Boxing Promoter Do?
How Boxing Works
Tech Team Keeps 2020 Paralympians in the Medal Race
Why the Paralympic Games Might Be Better Than the Olympics
Why Some Olympic Sports Are Still Open Only to Men or Only to Women
The Stanley Cup Trophy Has a Long and Quirky History
Who Is the World's Strongest Man?
12 Striking Facts About Bowling
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Some blame it on the spectators themselves, others on the railing heights.
Despite what team owners may say, the payment makes more sense psychologically than economically.
By Dave Roos
The cost of hosting the Olympic Games has risen astronomically, but some cities are willing to foot the bill in exchange for increased tourism and better infrastructure. But what happens when it doesn't pay off? Here are 10 cautionary tales.
Jackie Robinson is rightfully lauded for breaking Major League Baseball's color barrier in 1947. But there were many unsung players who paved the way for Robinson's momentous breakthrough.
By Chris Opfer
Some combos make sense to us. There's Homer and Marge. Bagels and cream cheese. Vasectomies and March Madness. Wait, what?
From the start of professional sports, there have been scandals, but some remain in the public consciousness more than others. Here are 10 we can't forget.
Most baseball fans know about the existence of Major League Baseball and the two leagues that comprise it. But do most fans know about the one major difference between them?
Baseball has a lot of fans, but how many of them know exactly what a player does once he takes the field? Do they know what they use to do their jobs? Here's a primer.