COMMENTARY | The St. Louis Cardinals are suddenly in a bit of a pitching crunch with starters Jake Westbrook and Jaime Garcia finding their way to the disabled list. Surprising to some fans has been the team's reluctance to promote minor league star Michael Wacha to the big league roster based on his success in 2013. More »St. Louis Cardinals' Recent Moves Make Fans Wonder: Why Not Michael Wacha?
COMMENTARY | Sergio Garcia crossed a line on Monday he never should have toed. More »Sergio Garcia Crossed Line with 'Fried Chicken' Comment About Tiger Woods
Hendrick Motorsports has been using Charlotte Motor Speedway as its own personal playground for the past 25 years, accumulating 25 wins between the track's two points-paying races each season and its non-points spectacle, the Sprint All-Star Race. Its dominance began in 1988 with a driver nicknamed "Jaws" and continues to this day with its stable of four drivers. More »Charlotte Motor Speedway is Hendrick Motorsports’ Playground
COMMENTARY | The San Francisco Giants have had a string of good luck lately when it comes to free agent signings. They've avoided high profile moves, signed their own free agents, and have found a number of gems that other teams overlooked. Their success on the field over the past few seasons shows that their approach is working, and working well. More »Top Five Free Agent Busts in San Francisco Giants History
COMMENTARY | The St. Louis Cardinals are leading the National League with a 28-16 record through May 20 -- yet four prospects strutting their stuff in Triple-A Memphis could be making Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak think of more than one way to improve his club. More »Memphis Redbirds' Fantastic Four Pushing for Promotions to St. Louis Cardinals
Part two of a seven-part series predicting 2013 statistics for key Arizona Cardinals players continues with Larry Fitzgerald and the corps of wide receivers. Part one, on quarterback Carson Palmer, can be read by clicking here. More »Arizona Cardinals 2013 Statistical Predictions: Receiving Corps Resurrection in the Desert?
COMMENTARY | Minicamps and OTAs have begun, and training camp is beginning to appear on the horizon. So it's time to determine who is going to win the most pivotal positional battles for the Detroit Lions. More »Detroit Lions Position Battles: Previews and Predictions
COMMENTARY | Start the campaign to write-in New York Yankees outfielder Vernon Wells for the American League All-Star team. More »Snubbed Spot on All-Star Ballot; Yankees' Vernon Wells Deserves of Start
COMMENTARY | When New York Mets fans think about Matt Harvey, they get butterflies in their stomachs. You know, the ones you get when your prom date walks down the stairs in her gorgeous gown and you think to yourself, "This is going to be a good night." More »Matt Harvey Shining for New York Mets but Needs Help in Rotation
COMMENTARY | The Boston Celtics are likely in for some drastic changes this offseason following a disappointing season, which ended at the hands of the New York Knicks. It appears that the window has finally closed on this veteran team led by Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, and a major overhaul appears to be on the horizon. This squad simply isn't a title contender, and it's tough to see how they could really get to that level by the beginning of next season. More »Boston Celtics Need to Cut Paul Pierce
COMMENTARY | It's your move, New York Red Bulls. More »Manchester City & New York Yankees Team Up to Form New York City FC; What it Means for NY Red Bulls
COMMENTARY | The Los Angeles Dodgers have been hit hard by injuries this year, including bizarre injuries to star players. As it stands now, there are seven players left on the disabled list after Ted Lilly was removed from the DL this week. More »DL Report: Los Angeles Dodgers
COMMENTARY | For a franchise like the New York Mets, one that has not had much luck when it comes to signing free agents, deciding who belongs on a list of biggest busts can be challenging. More »Top Five Free-Agent Busts in New York Mets History
COMMENTARY | In this current Golden Age of San Francisco Giants baseball, the team has relied on the strength of its pitching staff. More »San Francisco Giants Rotation Is Cause for Concern
COMMENTARY | For the first time all season long, the Chicago Blackhawks appear vulnerable. The same team that got at least one point in its first 24 games has dropped two in a row to the Detroit Red Wings -- who now lead the series 2-1 -- a team they beat four times during the regular season. More »Detroit Red Wings Frustrate Chicago Blackhawks in 3-1 Game 3 Win
COMMENTARY | Compared to other years, the Boston Red Sox have been relatively healthy so far in 2013. Andrew Bailey, who has closed out multiple games so far this year, was activated from the disabled list on Monday after spending just over three weeks battling bicep tendonitis. More »Andrew Bailey Latest to Come Off DL for Suddenly Healthy Boston Red Sox
COMMENTARY | Nearly two months into the grind that is the Major League Baseball season, the Cleveland Indians thus far have been pretty fortunate avoiding the injury bug. As the 162-game schedule marches on, the Indians hope to remain healthy for a possible stretch run come September. Alas, injuries still happen, and currently the Tribe have five players out of action. More »Cleveland Indians Player Injury Report
COMMENTARY | Fortunately for the Pittsburgh Steelers, there aren't a whole lot of offseason injury concerns for the team, which is certainly a good thing considering all of the holes that need filled due to retirements, roster cuts and free agency losses . Unfortunately, the one injured player worth monitoring just happens to be their best offensive weapon from 2012, tight end Heath Miller. More »Pittsburgh Steelers Desperately Need a Healthy Heath Miller for 2013
COMMENTARY | The New England Patriots are no strangers to bringing in controversial players they believe can help their team. That philosophy may be tested with the recent signing of undrafted college wide receiver Mark Harrison. More »New England Patriots Signing Troubled Wide Receiver Mark Harrison Could Be Worthwhile Gamble
COMMENTARY | The first half of the season for New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis continues to deteriorate with each passing game. More »Should the New York Mets Demote Ike Davis to the Minors?
COMMENTARY | If Dwight Howard spurns the Los Angeles Lakers, everything we know about what was once the gold standard of sports franchises is dead wrong. More »Dwight Howard Leaving Lakers Would Mark Epic Franchise Failure
COMMENTARY | When the Denver Broncos signed strong safety Brian Dawkins in 2009 to a five-year $17 million contract, the team was in a different place. More »The Time for the Broncos to Sign Charles Woodson is Now
COMMENTARY | The hammer has come down on the anchor, but do we even understand why? More »Adoption of Anchoring Ban a Matter of Stroke Integrity, Not Advantage
COMMENTARY | For Arsenal fans, the end of the 2012-2013 soccer season comes with major relief. The Gunners narrowly secured the final Champions League spot for next season with a 1-0 win at Newcastle United on Sunday. If Arsenal did not win in Newcastle, the Gunners' biggest rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, could have overtaken them into fourth place in the standings with a win at White Hart Lane against visiting Sunderland. ... More »What's Next for Arsenal?