Jorge Arangure Jr.
The Chargers are moving to Los Angeles. How is it going so far? Pretty terribly.
One San Diego sports fan finds it difficult to feel sad about losing a team that has given him so much misery throughout the years.
Friday's World Cup qualifying match between the U.S. and Mexico is unnecessarily being promoted against the backdrop of Tuesday's presidential election.
Vince Staples tweeting about the WNBA in the middle of the baseball playoffs and the Thursday night NFL game reminded us about what makes sports great.
For many years, the Cuban government hailed baseball player Yulieski Gurriel as a symbol of the success of the revolution. On Sunday, Gurriel, only months after defecting from Cuba, made his MLB debut.
MLS Players Union Executive Director Calls Lawsuit Against Dempsey, Yedlin, Bradley "A Shakedown For Money"
MLSPU Executive Director Bob Foose believes that applying FIFA mandated solidarity payments to U.S. clubs could have a "horrible" affect on youth soccer development in the U.S.
A dramatic restructuring of the U.S. youth soccer system may occur as a result of a lawsuit that was filed in federal court on Friday.
FIFA gives youth club permission to file a complaint regarding solidarity fees.
One U.S. youth club is challenging U.S. Soccer's stance toward payment of solidarity fees.
A walk through mock memory lane and some light theorizing about the coming alien overlords.