Besides launching initiatives to cut energy, water and paper use, some leagues and teams have now taken steps to educate fans about how they can reduce their environmental impact.
When it comes down to the final month of the MLB season, how a team wins or how much they win by should not matter. What should matter is putting up victories at a faster pace than putting up losses.
I'm really here to try and explain the bugaboo I've always had with the Dodger Stadium experience: why huge numbers of fans routinely show up in the 3rd and 4th innings and leave after the 6th and 7th.
For the last seven years the Sox have been trying to recreate 2005. This weekend may be proof that they've found the formula.
A "deal in principle" surfaced with the news the Red Sox were tossing able bodies, injured bodies and everything but the kitchen sink off the deck to gut the roster of the highly paid underachievers they had acquired during the final years of the Theo Epstein era.
San Francisco got challenged in the ninth after Zito's exit. The Braves got back into the game, after Freeman's two-run double ended a almost perfect shutout night and cut the lead 5-2 with no outs. It took the Giants bullpen to shut down Atlanta's offense to seal their victory.
The two groups worked together to put on a baseball clinic for children and adults with developmental disabilities who have never really had the chance to play sports.
For the first time in arguably three seasons, David Wright is playing like a franchise player again.
The 12 months between June 2011 and this June were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1895. And July turned out to be the hottest month on record. What does this trend mean for the national pastime?
One of the many things I've learned from more than 19 years of using analytics to solve challenging business problems is that the word analytics means different things to different people.
Yesterday, only weeks after the All-Star break and 110 games into the 162-game Major League Baseball season, the Boston Red Sox hierarchy thought it was time to back up their oft-maligned manager, Bobby Valentine.
Ryan Dempster has been what every Chicago fan should want on their team. He loves the team he plays on through good and bad, mostly bad. He loves the city that you grew up in. He's a pillar in the community.
Coming into this series, the Dodgers recalled being swept behind the last time they were here. This time things were vastly different, one month later the Giants had no answer for a team that returned fully loaded.
The key to success in baseball is to be mentally focused. Part of Robinson's skill is his increased knowledge of baseball over the years. The ability to memorize pitching greats, who can hit and who steals bases in the league has paid off in the long run.
From #Linsanity to Lance Armstrong to the MLB Fan Cave, we'll look at how sports is winning the social media game in this week's episode of Freshwire's "60 Seconds of Social Media."
Forget those stats and histories crammed in your head. When you lack knowledge about baseball history like us, you can judge these speeches not by the color of their uniform, but by the content of their clichés. That's why we guarantee that this will be the most unbiased sports article you ever read.