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Mike Pettine wasn’t the Browns’ first choice to be their head coach—or their second or third. But maybe, just maybe, he’s the right guy for the job.
BEFORE STARTS, CLAYTON KERSHAW ABIDES BY AN ALMOST COMICALLY STRICT CODE. HEY, IT GOT HIM THAT $215 MILLION DEAL.
It was a clutch performance worthy of His Airness himself. In the early morning hours of Feb. 8, Michael Jordan’s North Carolina recruiting letter, si
A funny thing happened on the way to the Bulls’ demise: Joakim Noah got serious. In 31 games since the Luol Deng trade (and in Derrick Rose’s ongoing
THE CUBS HAVE NEVER WON A WORLD SERIES AT WRIGLEY FIELD, BUT FANS LOVE IT JUST THE SAME. ESPN SPORT SCIENCE ANALYZES SOME OF THE PARK’S DEFINING CHARA
NEW ROYALS COACH MIKE JIRSCHELE SPENT 36 YEARS IN THE BUSHES, MOST OF THEM PREPARING PLAYERS FOR THE JUMP THAT ELUDED HIM. YET HE NEVER BALKED, KNOWIN
JABARI PARKERDUKE FORWARD
This spring MLB announced a rule change that all but eliminates the home plate collision. As part of our Confidential series, we surveyed 143 players
Born and bred in Austin, Wilson went to his first Texas football game on Nov. 1, 1958, at age 7. Now 62, the attorney has a streak of 448 consecutive
Denied by the Hall but beloved by current Giants, Barry Bonds takes a tentative first step back into baseball.
LUNGING IN FRONT OF 100 MPH SLAP SHOTS IS ALL IN A DAY’S WORK FOR CANADIENS DEFENSEMAN JOSH GORGES, ONE OF THE NHL’S PRIMO HUMAN PIÑATAS.
THREE SEASONS INTO HIS LATEST ATTEMPT TO REVERSE A CURSE, THEO EPSTEIN IS BUILDING ON THE BLUEPRINT HE USED IN BOSTON AND ASKING CHICAGO’S RESTLESS FA
THIS IS WHAT A GLOVE LOOKS LIKE BEFORE 162 GAMES. The leather is immaculate yet unweathered. The webbing intricate if unproven. The stitching precise