After a lifetime of hurt, there is no quit in the baddest mother alive, as UFC champion Ronda Rousey is about to find out.
ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com rate 122 teams on the strength of each franchise's analytics staff, its buy-in from execs and coaches and how much its approach is predicated on analytics.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Tabitha Soren showcases what 12 years of following the Oakland A's 2002 draft class looks like.
Six months, four cities, two coasts and one Batman suit -- we chronicle the fallen slugger's winding road back to pinstripes.
Ahead of the knockout rounds in Europe's premier club competition, Michael Cox selects an all-star lineup from the players of the 16 remaining teams.
From fast bowlers to tough fielding (without a glove!), here are five reasons to have a new appreciation for the sport of cricket.
ESPN Fantasy baseball is live. Who will lead your team this season? Here are our 10 leading candidates.
WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder hammers home his KO punch.
The people, the place and the privilege that made Charles Barkley a role model
In 2011, an earthquake devastated the New Zealand city of Christchurch. Can the return of the Cricket World Cup help the survivors move on?
Which team does Gregg Popovich have the most wins against? Which players appeared in the most Pop wins? We break down the coaching legend's 1,000 wins.
It's time for the ICC Cricket World Cup, so get up to speed on one of the the planet's biggest sports.
ESPN The Magazine's Jordan Brenner identifies just what makes the Warriors so dominant.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Jordan Brenner and Peter Keating explain how understanding Giant Killer clans could help predict the next big upset.
For four decades, other gamblers have tried to be Billy Walters while investigators have tried to bring him down. And for four decades, the world's most successful sports bettor has outrun them all.