Wally Pipp’s name is a darling cautionary tale: If you’re hurt and don’t suck it up, someone else will do your job—and they may do it better. It’s a great story. Too bad it isn’t all true.
The NFL has come a long way since the first Super Bowl in 1967, when the league charged $6, $10, and $12—and couldn't even sell out.
Here's how someone—or, in many cases, someone's parents or grandparents—becomes wealthy enough to buy an NFL franchise.
For the first time in 20 years, the Pittsburgh Pirates will finish with more wins than losses!
As we head into the first college football weekend of the season, let's celebrate with a little history.
In the pre-Swoosh era, the best shoes for lawn tennis had giant treads and looked like they could be worn to church.
There are advantages to letting out a belly groan with every shot.
Here’s a look at some of the most dominant statistical seasons in various sports at the pro and college levels.
When Andre Agassi’s autobiography Open came out in 2010, all of the hype I heard about it surrounded the fact that the tennis great had done meth and wore a hairpiece. I had low expectations.
These unofficial stats may not be as illuminating, but they're certainly more fun.