Malcolm Gladwell's new book, "Outliers," explains why some success in sports might be more about birth dates than talent.
Does Drew Barrymore know anything about baseball? Is Jimmy Fallon a Red Sox fan? Jeff Merron separates the real from the reel.
Can Billy Bob Thornton really play ball? How about the kids? And director Richard Linklater? Jeff Merron separates the real from the reel.
It's springtime, almost summer, and love is in the air. And if these stars got hitched, well ... the ladies would have some interesting new names.
It's been 34 years since the Senators played their final game at RFK Stadium. Here are the best 10 moments in the stadium since then.
In Part II of Sex & Sports, we find about how soccer teams handled sex during Euro 2004.
From nude Olympians to Anna Benson to David Beckham's sex life, it was another wild, sex-filled year.
Nike, free agents, TiVo? What was the most significant innovation in sports in the ESPN era?
Gail Devers' continuing quest, as well as Mia Hamm's final international competition, are among the top storylines for female athletes in Athens.
Have you heard about John Kerry's athletic prowess? Take a look back at his sports accomplishments.
What great sports accomplishments might happen in the future? Check out the 10 sports feats we'd most like to see.
Which are the most dramatic finishes in Masters history? Page 2 presents the top 10.
Page 2's Jeff Merron brings you the latest naughty news and notes from the worlds of sex and sports.
With Stanford and Saint Joseph's undefeated, we came up with the list of greatest undefeated teams of all time.
Sports + nude calendars = money for good causes. Let's support them, says Page 2's Jeff Merron.