The Cubs could learn a lot from the Bad News Bears.
Jonah Keri lists his favorite baseball flicks, from "Bad News Bears" to "Bull Durham" -- and how they relate to this year's pennant races.
With "Wedding Crashers" and "The Bad News Bears" back-to-back, Bill Simmons thought his matinee day was set.
In the latest installment of his "Best Sports Movies" series, Bill Simmons breaks down the Bad News Bears franchise.
Can Billy Bob Thornton really play ball? How about the kids? And director Richard Linklater? Jeff Merron separates the real from the reel.
Mary Buckheit's bat brings bad news for Sammi Kane Kraft, the young pitcher in 'The Bad News Bears.'
After an exhaustive search, Jim Caple was able to catch up with the original members of the Bad News Bears.
ESPN The Magazine's Tom Friend learns a lesson from the story of the 'Bad News Bears' Sammi Kraft, a real-life Amanda Whurlitzer.
Before you decide to take yourself too seriously, Jim Caple has a few tips on how to behave as a Little League parent.
George wants his team to play like "true Yankees." But what is a true Yankee? Page 2 looks for the answer.
The problem isn't Roger Clemens spitting a sunflower seed, it's 10-year-olds traveling to play baseball.
Jim Caple and Eric Neel -- two fo Page 2's finest -- sat down and hashed out who was the greatest villain and hero of the silver screen.
Page 2 ranks the top 20 sports movies of all-time.
John McEnroe isn't the only athlete whom Tatum O'Neal is tattling on. Page 2's Jim Caple reveals the rampant steroid abuse on O'Neal's "Bad News Bears" team.
What if some prominent coaches took over the politcal world in Washington? There are some prime candidates.