The University of Delaware could be poised to cut two men's sports, which would be a huge mistake.
Scott Brosius was an obscure Yankee third baseman until he became a World Series hero 10 years ago.
There is little money and no glory in the forgotten world of the professional boxing chump.
This isn't the first time Jerry Jones has swept trouble under the rug -- and doing so isn't helping Pacman Jones.
The Tampa Bay Rays are a talented, impressive baseball team. But they were much more fun when they stunk.
In an excerpt from his new book "Boys Will Be Boys," Jeff Pearlman chronicles how Dallas won its third Super Bowl title in four years.
In an excerpt from his new book "Boys Will Be Boys," Jeff Pearlman chronicles Deion Sanders' arrival in Dallas, and his influence on the Cowboys.
In an excerpt from his new book "Boys Will Be Boys," Jeff Pearlman chronicles the temper of former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson.
The members of the band Von Hayes don't need money or fame. They just want to meet their namesake.
Former major league pitcher C.J. Nitkowski is plying his trade and candidly blogging away in Japan.
If Neal Huntington is going to be different than his predecessors, he shouldn't be giving away players like Xavier Nady and Damaso Marte so cheaply.
Mike Lamb's roller-coaster ride through baseball reveals there's a downside to the major league life.
Jeff Pearlman ventures to the heart of Red Sox Nation for the greatest walk in all of baseball.
What's so terrible about Astros general manager Ed Wade stooping to Shawn Chacon's level?
Dave Fleming, former Mariners ace, is now a fifth-grade math teacher. But he's still Jeff Pearlman's hero.
Gary Carter let the Mets know he was available, but what would happen if he really did manage the team?