Sure, it's weird that MLB is letting investment funds grab equity in franchises, but at least the teams are already obsessed with being investment grade.
Like its perceived wokeness, it’s just a business decision.
Public money and John Loar are old friends coming together for one more caper.
Should national teams get some kind of free agency?
Bury FC is no more, and that's bigger than sports.
The Dolphins training camp just got political.
Mr. Met owes Toronto an Edible Arrangement.
Corporatization and politics are intrinsic elements of a pro sports landscape that is actively trying to discuss neither.
It's time to stop weeping over the grave of tradition.
Sparking a political sh!tstorm? Just Do It.
Mark Emmert and his empty threats are both bad and on the wrong side of history.
Do you like this NY Times headline we just did? Well, don't get used to it!
Kimbrel and Keuchel are signed, but the draft should still be abolished.
Let's not ruin this, please.
The Champions League is mulling preventing any more Cinderella stories...cuz that's fun.
The whole thing feels nostalgically Soviet.
The A's should look at the map again.
This is just bad scriptwriting.
Are MLB and MiLB making it purposefully harder to...watch baseball?
It's investing next to nothing.
Turns out people don't love minor league football.
Money has lost its nominal meaning in major sports contracts, but Mike Trout is a definitive generational talent.
It's gonna be long and oddly expensive season for Nats fans.
Trump Links is just the tip of the shitty iceberg.
The Haslems gonna Haslem.
One day a year, The Association turns into a batshit version of Tinder, and we all love it.
Will AOC bring the salary cap to baseball?
The biggest "underdog" on the "underdog" Patriots doesn't seem to understand likability or copyright law.
If we're gonna do this, let's at least do it right.
America's best business model still humming along nicely.
Based on who's playing quarterback in the NFL, Colin Kaepernick is going to have a successful 2019...in court.
San Francisco owner Charles Johnson proves to be not an exception to the rule.