Category: Sports

High School and Youth Sports Becoming a Rich Family’s Game


The majority of parents in the United States — 75%, according to one survey — encourage their children to play sports of some kind. The social, physical, and emotional development children can gain from indoor and outdoor sports is unmatched

Scandal Causes the Little League To Strip Championship Title From Chicago Team

Baseball glove

Wednesday, February 11th was a sad day for the Jackie Robinson West Little League team, AKA the winning team of the 2014 Little League International Championship. Why? The youth baseball organization decided to strip the Chicago team of its championship

British Man Achieves World’s Longest Running Streak


While most of us are celebrating the last day of the new year, or, begrudgingly, working, 76-year-old Ron Hill will be running the 160,000th mile of his running streak. The former Olympian recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of his running

Kobe Bryant and Lakers Teammates Sport ‘I Can’t Breathe’ T-Shirts in Solidarity

basketball player in action

Kobe Bryant and several other NBA Los Angeles Lakers players became the latest professional athletes to don t-shirts depicting the words “I Can’t Breathe” to show their support of protests over the controversial death of Eric Garner at the hands

Advertisers Continue to Invest in World Series Despite Poor Ratings

Baseball on the Infield Chalk Line

Last Tuesday marked the opening game of the 2014 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals. It also happened to be the lowest-rated Game 1 in World Series history, drawing only 12.2 million viewers. Once