Yes, They Are Tall. No, They Do Not Play Basketball.
For the vertically gifted, every day of the year means standing out. But March can be particularly maddening.Read More »
With Japan-U.S. Final at the W.B.C., the World Has Already Won
A dramatic semifinal set up a World Baseball Classic final for the ages: Shohei Ohtani and Japan against Mike Trout…Read More »
Which Is the Better Buy? The Washington Commanders or Manchester United?
A struggling N.F.L. franchise is for sale. So is a Premier League club that is a storied name in a…Read More »
For Years She Said a Coach Abused Her. Now She Has Named a Legend.
In 2018, Jennifer Fox made an Emmy-nominated film called “The Tale” about her pieced-together memories of what she now describes…Read More »
United States Blasts Its Way Into W.B.C. Semifinals
Trea Turner’s grand slam gave the U.S. a come-from-behind win over Venezuela, setting up what should be a tense game…Read More »
Rick Pitino’s Iona Season Ended at the N.C.A.A. Tournament. Is a Bigger Job Next?
Pitino not long ago was ousted in Louisville as a recruiting scandal hit men’s college basketball. Years later, he is…Read More »
Once an Inspiration to People at Home, a Former Star Now Faces Trial
Shoni Schimmel was the pride of Native Americans when she played for Louisville and then starred briefly in the W.N.B.A.…Read More »
Indiana Is Here to Crash the Women’s Basketball Party
The Hoosiers, led by the 6-foot-3 forward Mackenzie Holmes, have a No. 1 seed for the first time in program…Read More »
Pro Golfers Are Hitting Balls Way Too Far. Some Say It Has to Stop.
Driving distance has been steadily increasing, and a proposal on Tuesday by the U.S. Golf Association and the R&A could…Read More »
An Infielder Who ‘Wants the Moment’ Thrives for the U.S.
Tim Anderson did a little bit of everything in helping his team crush Canada at the World Baseball Classic. All…Read More »