COMMENTARY | On May 19 at Extreme Rules, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins of The Shield defeated Daniel Bryan and Kane to become the WWE Tag Team Champions. Along with Dean Ambrose, who won the U.S. title that night, each member of The Shield now holds a WWE belt. As one of the most impressive WWE factions in recent memory, it was only a matter of time before The Shield became champions. More »WWE Should Let the Shield Defend Tag Team Belts Under 'Freebird Rules'
With the 2013 Indianapolis 500 race over Memorial Day weekend only days away, many racing enthusiasts are gearing up for some excitement. Other than race day, what else is there to do for the IndyCar motorsports event? More »2013 Indy 500 Racing Schedule, IndyCar Events and Things to Do
The boxing schedule for May 24 and May 25 features events in the United States, England and Argentina. One of the highlights will be the rematch fight between Mikkel Kessler and Carl Froch on May 25 for the WBA and IBF super middleweight titles. Froch has already declared that he will do serious damage to Kessler because he is being disrespectful. More »Boxing Schedule for May 24 and May 25, 2013
The NASCAR History 300 is scheduled for May 25, 2013, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. Michael Annett, who was injured in a previous crash, has announced he will return for the tenth Nationwide Series race. In 2012, Brad Keselowski won the race but will be not competing this year. More »NASCAR History 300 Schedule for May 25, 2013
COMMENTARY | The New England Patriots' obsession with former Rutgers University players continued Wednesday, as the team acquired free-agent offensive lineman Kevin Haslam. More »New England Patriots Acquire Another Former Rutgers Player in Kevin Haslam
COMMENTARY | For years, fantasy baseball team managers have drooled over the opportunity of owning Tampa Bay Rays outfielder, second baseman and shortstop Ben Zobrist. More »Fantasy Baseball: Why Matt Carpenter Is Just as Valuable as Ben Zobrist
COMMENTARY | The Boston Celtics need a roster a shakeup of epic proportions. While the finger is clearly being pointed at Paul Pierce as someone who might need to go, some house cleaning is in order further down on the depth chart. More »Terrence Williams and the Boston Celtics Need to Part Ways
COMMENTARY | Stan "The Man" Musial was a fixture for the St. Louis Cardinals for his entire career. That career led him to the Hall Of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Along the way, Musial became a legendary figure in St. Louis, both on and off the field. More »The St. Louis Cardinals Should Not Feel Obligated to Honor Stan Musial Any Further
COMMENTARY | The Pittsburgh Pirates are playing some pretty baseball so far this season, complete with a bevy of shutouts, timely hitting and unlikely comebacks. Things genuinely seem to be clicking for this team, which finds itself 10 games over the .500 mark after 46 games played. More »Why Aren't Fans Flocking to See the Pittsburgh Pirates Play?
COMMENTARY | Once in a while, a driver will come along in the Indianapolis 500 and steal the big dogs' thunder, like in 1985, when Danny Sullivan took the "spin and win" over the unlucky Mario Andretti, or in 2000, when CART's Juan Pablo Montoya and Chip Ganassi Racing invaded the IRL-sanctioned race and won with a dominating performance. These five underdogs will come in and give the powerhouse teams a run for their money in the upcoming 97th running of the Indy 500, taking place Sunday, May 26. More »2013 Indy 500 Underdogs with a Chance to Win
COMMENTARY | It only seems appropriate that after discussing the underachievers on the Chicago Cubs that a I write subsequent piece focusing on the overachievers. More »Four Chicago Cubs Who Are Overachieving in 2013
COMMENTARY | There is arguably not a worse injury that could have hit the San Francisco 49ers entering next season. Michael Crabtree was the most consistent and reliable weapon on offense, and San Francisco will not be able to replace that from within. More »San Francisco 49ers’ Super Bowl Hopes Take Large Hit with Crabtree Injury
COMMENTARY | There may not be a more difficult job in all of sports than coaching or managing a professional team in New York City. The pressure of winning and the hot glare of the media spotlight are constant, and fans are never satisfied. More »New York Giants' Tom Coughlin is the Big Apple's Best Coach
COMMENTARY | The Texas Rangers currently employ the top prospect in baseball, according to MLB.com, in shortstop Jurickson Profar. And they have no clue what to do with him. More »What Should the Texas Rangers Do With Jurickson Profar?
COMMENTARY | The NFL draft came and went and the Cleveland Browns refrained from drafting yet another quarterback to lead their franchise. More »Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden is Team's Best Option at Quarterback
COMMENTARY | Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter, aka the Big Turkey, will likely have to rest his injured left wing through the summer. More »Utah Jazz Injury Update: Enes Kanter May Be Out Until August
COMMENTARY | The lefty from Mallorca is officially back. As is that wicked passing shot off the backhand wing. More »French Open: Rafael Nadal Chasing a Lesser-Known Record in 2013
COMMENTARY | As both a Florida Panthers fan and a die-hard fan of the sport of hockey in general, I certainly suffered from some cognitive dissonance this season. More »Why the Florida Panthers Will Draft Nathan Mackinnon
COMMENTARY | Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson will soon face a dilemma--what to do with so many quality players. More »Questions Loom Over Arizona Diamondbacks Roster
COMMENTARY | Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez are in a two-man competition to become the New York Jets' starting quarterback for 2013. Already, with the competition hardly even underway, Jets legends are chiming in with their opinions. More »Joe Namath, Curtis Martin Chime in on Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez
COMMENTARY | OTAs are underway for the Cincinnati Bengals. Through two days there are already a number of news stories worth paying attention to as the headlines could end up having a bigger impact down the line. More »Cincinnati Bengals Latest News and Buzz from OTAs
COMMENTARY | With the great strides the New York Knicks made this year (relative to their previous dozen), the Knicks' season could hardly be called a failure. Yet, because of the way it ended, it can't be labeled a success, either. More »Did the New York Knicks Miss Their Best Chance to Win an NBA Title with ‘Melo?
Tim Flock, Jack Ingram and Fireball Roberts Are Excellent NASCAR Hall of Fame Choices; But Dale Jarrett was Voted in Too SoonYahoo! Contributor Network - Thu, May 23, 2013 3:38 AM EDT
It's that time of year again -- Hall of Fame announcement time to be specific. More »Tim Flock, Jack Ingram and Fireball Roberts Are Excellent NASCAR Hall of Fame Choices; But Dale Jarrett was Voted in Too Soon
COMMENTARY | After winning his first four fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, WEC import Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone suffered his first defeat in the promotion when he faced Nate Diaz at UFC 141. More »Donald Cerrone Braces for UFC 160 Showdown Against K.J. Noons