Championships? Cheap tickets? Lawn gnomes? In ESPN The Magazine's annual Ultimate Standings, you tell us what matters most, and we'll tell you which franchises are best -- and worst -- at delivering what you want.
Albert Pujols' decline is not just shocking -- it's darn near unprecedented. Now we reveal the surprising culprit
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.
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 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, 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.
Peter Keating presents his methodology behind ranking all 122 pro franchises in ESPN The Magazine's Franchise issue.
ImPACT sells tests and training to pro teams, colleges, high schools and sports medicine centers, but some question whether the program actually works.
In a column for ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating revisits the sign-stealing evidence against the Toronto Blue Jays one last time before the team escapes punishment.
Peter Keating writes that, according to a new study, the more safety rules a sport enacts, the more risks athletes will take.
In his column for ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes about how a new method called the Fruit Bowl can predict which sleepers teams will be surprise contenders in 2012.
In an article for ESPN The Magazine's 9/11 issue, Peter Keating asks if the new security measures stadiums have taken since 9/11 are making fans safer or just more afraid.
In a rare interview with ESPN The Magazine's Peter Keating, baseball commish Bud Selig praises the state of the game and even gives Pirates fans reason to believe.
When the NFL reversed field on concussions, it spawned a medical gold rush that pits scientist against scientist in a quest for cures, treatments and dead men's brains.
How do you calcuate the value of a franchise to it's fans?