Entering this postseason, Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers was an established marquee attrac- tion, a leading man if ever there was one.
Fred Dean, the relentless defensive end who helped the San Francisco 49ers win two Super Bowl titles, died Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, of complications from the coronavirus. He was 68.
NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Wil- lie Lanier, a graduate of Maggie L. Walker High School, has launched an initiative to install modern artifi- cial playing surfaces at nearly three dozen HBCUs.
Chris Tyree is a local athlete earning a national reputation.
Quinton Byfield has made hockey history.
If LeBron James ever wants to make a case for being the NBA’s greatest ever, he might submit the video of Game 6 of the 2020 NBA Finals as compelling evidence.
Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan, a key component of Cincinnati’s Big Red Machine in the 1970s, died Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020.
Three time zones away, the Seattle Storm found home sweet home in “The Bubble.”
It’s time for popcorn, peanuts and playoffs.
The coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the CIAA.
There will be a Game 5 Friday night, Oct. 9, in the NBA Finals. The Miami Heat’s Jimmy Butler saw to that.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo is a double dipper when it comes to awards.
Black quarterbacks were not so long ago an NFL rarity.
The recent deaths of baseball Hall of Famers Lou Brock and Bob Gibson stirred memories of the 1964 St. Louis Cardinals team for which they so brilliantly played.
Louis Brown “Sweet Lou” Johnson, so nicknamed because of his infectious smile and friendly habit of clapping his hands, died Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020.