In his memoir "Daddy's Little Goalie," veteran sports writer Robert Strauss recounts the joy, funny moments and lessons learned from raising two athletic daughters.
The Giants are still celebrating, but we already can't wait for next year. Here are five things to watch for in baseball in 2013.
Two storied franchises will battle for the chance to write the next chapter in MLB history beginning Wednesday night. Will the Giants capture a second title in three years or will Detroit take the title?
The Giants and Cardinals have both simply refused to die during this postseason. Here's what you need to know heading into a compelling NLCS Game 7.
The Cardinals and Giants meet as defending 2011 and 2010 World Series winners, respectively, which marks the first time back-to-back champs have faced off in a championship series.
The Yankees and Tigers have all the tools from solid starting pitching to hot (sometimes subbed) sluggers for the ALCS to potentially go the seven-game distance.
Documentary delves into concussions in sports, including women's soccer. The long-term impact of head trauma isn't just for men.
Despite its title, "Knuckleball!" is a film about life -- and the struggle to achieve one's dream -- much more than it is about the pitch or baseball.
Back from bankruptcy, the AVP professional beach volleyball tour returns this weekend in Cincinnati with new ownership and a more sensible business plan.
With her devastating armbar, Strikeforce bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has gone from insecure girl to the toughest woman in MMA.
Former Olympian Cheryl Haworth is getting a new prospective on the Games while cheering for former teammates Sarah Robles and Holley Mangold from her Georgia home.
The new documentary "Strong!", about 300-pound Olympic weightlifter Cheryl Haworth, challenges our notions of what it means to be a fit female athlete.
In its second year, the Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball Series seeks to take advantage of the sport's Olympic attention and build a lasting U.S. tour.
Ryan Zimmerman's annual Night at the Park fund-raiser raked in $200,000 worth of donations to fight multiple sclerosis, a disease which his mother has battled since 1995.
With a little luck and a lot of planning, MLB teams helped four military dads returning from deployment give their families a special memory.
In a new book, Natalee Righetti, daughter of Giants pitching coach Dave Righetti, recounts her challenging life with cerebral palsy, and the escape baseball has provided.