New Dodgers signee Chin-hui Tsao was banned from Taiwanese baseball in 2009 after allegations of game-fixing, and the scandal runs much deeper than one man.
New Dodgers signee Chin-hui Tsao was banned from Taiwanese baseball in 2009 after allegations of game-fixing, but the scandal runs deeper than one man.
Great news. The International Premier Tennis League is your new savior. Maybe. And only if you really like tennis.
After obtaining exclusive access to the Jameis Winston conduct hearing transcript, VICE Sports uncovered a series of bizarre, confusing issues.
Instead of getting run over by team ownership groups, local governments should be using the same legal tricks they often fall victim to.
Three massive corporations are battling to control soccer in NYC, but will the spoils be worth much of anything to the victor?
An influx of talent could soon arrive in American professional leagues thanks to thawing tensions.
Julie Phillips thinks the ban is "very harsh". Come on, Julie Phillips. Really?
Already a legend in his native Baltimore, the question on everyone's mind is if that's as far as Aquille Carr's legend will ever spread.
John Rocker was once one of the best pitchers in baseball and one of the most disliked people in the game—he's the sort of crass, confrontational character you usually only find on TV.
Janzen Jackson was once one of high school football's most exciting prospects. Then one day his life went off the rails, but no one is sure how or why.
After being raped at a college party, Molly Morris had to endure our broken system for addressing campus sexual assault.
Thanks in part to John McCain, the NFL is adopting a scientifically dubious HGH test that many experts are openly bashing.
Kobe Paras is the current sensation in a basketball-mad country, but will he make the crossover to the US market?
The observations of a soccer noob.
Because soccer, and playing soccer, is a working-class thing. That's what working-class people do.
A global sports story that involves Qatar, the makers of Angry Birds, possible accidental whistleblowing, and rigged games of three-on-three basketball.
The vanishing white spray market in soccer is about to get a little bit more cutthroat with the introduction of a new competitor who is looking to take over.
Some of the greatest writers of the last 200 years spent almost as much time brawling as they did scrawling. If Muhammad Ali was not, as he claimed, the greatest wordsmith to ever grace the ring, who was?
UAB claims football is too expensive, but the report that the school is relying on to make that conclusion is full of faulty math.
While former players are suing the NFL for illegally administering painkillers, whoever is supplying the league is breaking the law, too.
Running a beer mile is "way, way, way more painful" than running sober. Here's the alcohol-infused story to prove it.
The mystery and innuendo surrounding Cuban phenom shortstop Yoan Moncada involves a legal exit from Cuba, his subsequent romantic pairing with an agent, and his representation by an accountant who has never had an athlete client in any capacity.
The same drug used in lethal injections and CIA mind-control plots was used by an NFL team to determine if a player was faking an obvious injury.