The Yankees are down 0-2 in the ALCS and hitting the road, is there anything that can save New York's season? Our experts weigh in.
With the Midsummer Classic upon us, our writers tackle the question of whether MLB should continue to require every team to be represented in the All-Star Game or whether the practice waters down the product.
Bubba Watson's playoff win entertained fans and earned him a green jacket Sunday, but should women have been watching or taking a stand against the all-male club? Our panel weighs in.
From underdogs and upsets to undeniable No. 1s, our writers break down their men's and women's championship picks in this week's W roundtable.
Pitchers and catchers have reported. Opening Day is looming. espnW's writers are looking ahead to spring training and beyond to offer some predictions for their favorite hometown teams.
Football is in the rearview mirror. What should you watch to satiate your appetite for competition? espnW's contributors weigh in with their picks.
Serena's loss opens up the Australian Open for the rest of the field. Sharapova? Wozniacki? Clijsters? Our columnists disagree on who will take advantage.
Janet Evans is headed to the Olympic trials at the age of 40. Our panel chimes in on what her story says about competitive drive, age and inspiration.
As she moves to NASCAR, Danica Patrick will undeniably bring attention and money to the sport, but not everyone is feeling the buzz.
Houston is set for its first playoff game, but will it be one-and-done? Can Tim Tebow find fourth-quarter magic again? Our panelists make their wild-card picks.
Resolving to eat healthier, exercise more or be a better person? That's so 2011. This year we're suggesting resolutions for the sports figures in our lives.
'Tis the season for "naughty" and "nice," and we're afraid Marion Barber has not brought holiday cheer to Chicago Bears fans.