Preseason pundits were certain the Miami Marlins and Los Angeles Angels would play deep into the fall, but not the Baltimore Orioles and Oakland Athletics. What did they miss? Molly Knight examines in ESPN The Magazine.
ESPN The Magazine's fourth players-only NBA mock looks at what lottery teams would do with their selections.
In ESPN The Magazine, Molly Knight explores MLB's broken free agency compensation system.
Justin Verlander is this year's must-see pitcher and the early favorite for the American League Cy Young. Disagree? Just listen to his Tiger teammates.
As long as Aroldis Chapman can throw a baseball harder than anyone else in the world, his modeling career will have to wait.
ESPN The Magazine sits down for an interview with Joakim Noah.
Cedric Benson emerges as Cincy's most reliable player
No draft invite? No problem. The Magazine brought five midround prospects to New York City for a day of fun and fashion fit for a king.
After Gilbertgate, you would think that players in the NBA and other pro leagues no longer gamble on card games or other trivial pursuits while off the court. You'd be wrong.
The deeper three-point line is giving some NCAA basketball players some trouble.
Still coming out from the shadow of an embarassing scandal, the USC basketball team is attempting to rebuild its program. This article ran in the November 30, 2009 issue of ESPN The Magazine.
ESPN The Magazine's 2009/10 women's college basketball preview
A tribute to the training bag staple that sheathes jostled joints and ligaments, giving rist-rate receivers like Eddie Royal a second skin.
The art of shotblocking is complex, thrilling and vital to winning. Josh Smith is a master.