The greatest team that ever stepped onto a diamond is playing its last game this weekend. And I'm not talking about the New York Yankees (unfortunately). Sadly, I'm talking about the King and His Court, the barnstorming softball team started by ...
Legendary softball team the King and His Court is retiring after 65 years.
Relocating the Dodgers would be a win-win for Major League Baseball.
In Page 2's tour of the most memorable sports years, Jim Caple revisits the controversial year of 1968.
New York City's got a new law punishing fans for bad behavior. But that could lead to chaos in the courtroom, says Jim Caple.
Before we start the paperwork to cannonize Theo Epstein, Jim Caple thinks we should all take a step back.
What's the deal with the infield-fly rule? Jim Caple goes to Judge John Roberts, the Supreme Court nominee, for an answer.
Jim Caple takes to the streets of Philadelphia to find out what makes their tortured souls tick.
Who's the rightful owner of that World Series ball -- Doug Mientkiewicz, or the Red Sox? The Supreme Court weighs in.
They're making a sequel to the hoops classic "Hoosiers" and Jim Caple wrote the script: LeBron goes to Hickory.