'Moneyball' taught fans to root like a boss instead of basking in the thrill of the game. On the 15th anniversary of Michael Lewis' book on the first team to master winning on a tight budget, here's a look at how it changed sports culture for the worse.
Hell hath no fury like a Jeets scorned.
Watch out, Jim Cramer. There's a new star in the world of finance-based TV shows.
America's TV darling A-Rod still has it.
The Yankees finally threw A-Rod a bone and he ate it up.
Alex Rodriguez's Yankees legacy is built upon his dazzling October for the star-studded, spendy 2009 World Series champs. It's an era that feels a long time gone.
Rodriguez will never be as beloved as New York Yankees Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, a fact made clear by Joe Girardi's actions in the last week.
Three Stages Of Goodbye For A-Rod, Tex, and Ichiro, and Wild Card Wildness: This Particular Week In Baseball
A-Rod leaves, Mark Teixeira sneaks out the side door, Ichiro is somehow Ichiro again, and Mike Trout continues to look like he could be better than any of them.