And you thought David Ortiz's hitting was big. After the Red Sox finally won a World Series at home, it was time to pop the corks in Boston, pre-Prohibition style.
In ESPN The Magazine's Body issue, Howard Bryant writes that the Miami Heat are the latest team to prove that talent trumps all. That includes salary caps, which don't promote parity -- merely owner profits.
Rick Reilly describes some well-known sports moments with a twist.
Resolving to eat healthier, exercise more or be a better person? That's so 2011. This year we're suggesting resolutions for the sports figures in our lives.
Tiger Woods has not finished a tournament atop the leaderboard in 18 months. Nonetheless, Forbes says the world's former No. 1 golfer remains the biggest celebrity in the sports world.
It was the ultimate holiday weekend for NFL and NBA fans. The NFL playoff picture no longer seems like a complex algorithm, and the NBA gave us some major marquee matchups.
Kanye West recently joined Twitter with a strategy similar to LeBron James' sudden social media interest, and it's a pattern that marketing-savvy athletes might be wise to follow.
Besides his main job as the Cavaliers' franchise, LeBron James has a new book and a new movie out soon. But like other mega-stars of the sports world, King James doesn't bother with Twitter.
With the league in such a negative light, J.A. Adande lists a few things that are right in the NBA.