By Travis Waldron on October 17, 2013
NFL, Major League Baseball mark annual day to support LGBT children against bullying.
By Travis Waldron on October 15, 2013
Ten years ago, Alex Gonzalez made the worst error of his career. Baseball fans remember that night for a totally different reason.
By Travis Waldron on October 1, 2013
The playoffs begin tonight. Here are five stories to watch.
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By Travis Waldron on September 24, 2013
The NFL isn't alone in facing concussion problems, as Alexi Casilla and Major League Baseball found out again Monday.
By Travis Waldron on September 23, 2013
Everyone had strong opinions about baseball's postseason play-in, but two years in, it hasn't changed much.
By Travis Waldron on August 28, 2013
Assessing racial progress in sports 50 years after Dr. Martin Luther King declared his dream.
By Travis Waldron on August 13, 2013
Angels star Mike Trout wants to immediately ban players who test positive for performance enhancing drugs. That's a comfortable answer, but it's also a dangerous approach to a more serious problem.
By Travis Waldron on August 12, 2013
Baltimore Orioles star Adam Jones says fans threw a banana at him during Sunday's game, yet another indication that sports have a long way to go to win the battle against racism.
By Travis Waldron on August 6, 2013
By going for broke on Alex Rodriguez's drug suspension, did Major League Baseball unwittingly obscure the fact that it's in the middle of its own golden era?
By Alyssa Rosenberg on July 31, 2013
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig is planning to ban the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez from baseball for life. But we shouldn't root for him to succeed.