By Charlie Wolfson, columnist You would think that someone who makes a living by playing a game would be willing to have some fun while doing so. Unfortunately, there’s an old-minded, stubborn faction of MLB players who have declared inappropriate any display of joy or emotion on the diamond. This […]
I’d like to explain why I prefer professional hoops by disputing a few common claims used by college fans.
When I watch SportsCenter or read Sports Illustrated, I swell with pride every time a female broadcaster or journalist’s name appears.
Thanks to a rule instated by MLB last week, managers can now signal from the dugout that they wish to give the batter first base. No pitch needs to be thrown. A simple wave sends him trotting down the line.
The casual manner in which teams and universities handle sexual assault cases have done nothing to discourage athletes from committing similar acts in the future.
Let’s all take a moment to appreciate what some players and fans have to go through.
As a public figure supporting Trump—a president with such extreme and divisive policies—Brady should be expected to address his stance.
For many years, fighting was an honorable and celebrated part of the game, and there was nothing wrong with that.
Between my lack of voting and other fans’ foolish voting choices, the public has officially lost its right to vote in the All-Star game.
Columnist Charlie Wolfson writes that a select few teams enjoy the lion’s share of the success.