Parents always wonder what their kid's future will be, but when it comes to potential athletic success, DNA carries some telltale signs.
Lakers star Ron Artest made waves this summer when he announce he was changing his name to Metta World Peace.
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After Nelson Cruz’s dramatic walk-off grand slam on Monday, there’s been a lot of talk about whether or not it was really the first walk-off slam in postseason history.
Sure, you know your footballs, baseballs, tennis balls and basketballs. But what about the lesser-known balls? Let's take a closer look at some, er, odd balls now.
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I've been hearing Will Shortz on NPR for years, doing the Sunday puzzle.
2011 has been a difficult year for the Los Angeles Dodgers. With the owners going through a messy divorce (who gets the house?
Some of the most important literary figures of the last century had previously made a name for themselves in athletics.
We’ve heard plenty (probably too many) athletes try to become musicians. But what happens when it goes the other