Peter Keating explains how the Redskins are losing tons of cash by keeping their name.
Albert Pujols' decline is not just shocking -- it's darn near unprecedented. Now we reveal the surprising culprit
In throwing Donald Sterling out of the NBA for life, commissioner Adam Silver is appropriately exercising his powers as broadly as his job description will allow. But what took the league so long, Peter Keating asks.
Peter Keating explains why your NCAA tournament bracket is designed to self-destruct.
In ESPN The Magazine's Interview Issue, Peter Keating writes that after testing positive for CTE, Leonard Marshall is now leading the concussion charge against the NFL.
For ESPN The Magazine's 2013 Ultimate Standings, Peter Keating writes about Jeffrey Loria, voted by fans to be the most dishonest owner in sports.
Break out the bubbly on Beale Street! ESPN The Magazine's 2013 Ultimate Standings reveal that the Memphis Grizzlies are the No. 1 team in sports. Admit it: You're shocked.
In ESPN The Magazine's NFL Preview issue, Peter Keating writes that despite Biogenesis, we still know very little about how PEDs affect performance.
In ESPN College Football Preview issue, Peter Keating writes that by refusing to drop the Redskins nickname, Dan Snyder isn't just being morally stubborn -- he's being a bad businessman.
In ESPN The Magazine's Money Issue, Peter Keating asks why Madison Avenue treats MVPs like D-listers. As it turns out, it doesn't pay to be Miguel Cabrera.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that a tragedy like the Boston Marathon bombings can't be stopped. How we manage crisis is all we can control.
Since Sept. 11, 2001, sporting events have stepped up security. But how can you secure a major road race with crowds stretching 26.2 miles?
In preparation for March Madness, Peter Keating Peter breaks down the changes to this season's Giant Killers prediction formula, and outlines the keys to tourney upsets.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes about how one PGA Tour contest winner is embracing golf's new analytics.
In ESPN The Magazine, Nate Silver, oracle of sports and politics, tells Peter Keating about the difference between predicting the MLB MVP and the winner of a presidential election.
The most likely outcome -- some NL MVP voters leave Ryan Braun off their ballots or downgrade him -- is the least satisfying: partial, ill-defined punishment for his mistrial.