Jerry Sandusky is finally behind bars. Of course you can argue that he should have been there all along. But two new accusers came forward leading to new charges and bail of $250 thousand which he couldn't afford.
Last night, when the Miami Marlins officially signed Jose Reyes to a six-year, $106 million deal, something inside me snapped. As a life-long Mets fan, I've witnessed a lot of defeat.
The NBA has canceled the first two weeks of the season, and before you know it, the entire season may blow up. The unemployment rolls just got larger.
Not too long ago, the name "Cameron Maybin" meant big things. In his first season in the Minor Leagues for the Tigers, Maybin exhibited why scouts gushed about him.
In the debut episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and the guys broke down all the marquee matchups in college football this weekend, ranked their power 10 NFL teams and offered plenty of fantasy advice.
Even though being a relatively consistent closer isn't exactly the easiest asset to come by, Leo Nunez, who could make as much as $6.5 million through arbitration in the off-season, will still most likely get cut loose.
In Catching Hell, Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney explores the psychology of die-hard sports fans and scapegoating through the lens of two infamous...
I thought the U.S. Open would be a "Tiger-free zone," and then Rory McIlroy happened. His performance was so dominating that all anybody could talk about was Tiger Woods. Can Rory be the new Tiger?
Yes, it is only one game out of 162, and it is only May, but the Mets missed the playoffs twice in the past four years because they failed to win one more game.
Even the most pessimistic of Met fans have to be encouraged by the way the team played over the weekend and at least minimally hopeful.
Remember Gilbert Arenas, the Washington Wizards genius who brought guns into the locker room? He's been fined for faking an injury so a teammate could get more playing time.
Wow this Tour de France stuff is wacky. Ya never know if the riders are clean or if the bikes or rigged, and now it turns out they've got unwritten rules, just like baseball.
How did the Mets, a team that was in first place just a couple weeks ago, fall to last place in their division in the blink of an eye?
Most fans dismissed Canseco as a quack when he wrote his book Juiced. Now he seems to be the pillar of truth when it comes to roids. Is this a wacky sports world or what?
There is an important result of an uncapped NFL that is not receiving enough attention: without a cap in the NFL, not only is there no ceiling on player spending, there is also no floor.
The Mets have shaken up their coaching staff. And in a startling upset, the entire training staff will return, but they'll change some "medical protocols." Like what, how to actually do medical training?