If you’re a sucker for big time athletes and their wives/girlfriends, then you’re going to absolutely fall in love with Olivia Culpo and Christian McCaffrey.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred recently revealed that robotic umpires are likely going to be implemented into the American pastime by the year 2024.
All retired athletes have a unique story and distinct legacy to tell, but these 25 athletes saw their career come to an early end. Let’s learn more about them.
Let’s take a look at some of the most notable athletes that are no longer with us, as of 2022. Our thoughts and prayers go to the friends and family members.
“Jeopardy!” champion Amy Schneider threw the ceremonial first pitch on Pride Day before the San Francisco Giants took on the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Fans haven’t had an opportunity to see Serena Williams do what she does best in 12 months, but she recently announced her comeback on Instagram and we can’t wait.
Retirement can be a difficult thing for any professional athlete that has devoted their entire life to the sport – leaving the game is never going to be easy.
Tom Brady Discusses Move to the Booth Once He Retires and 20 Other Athletes Who Became Sports Commentators
Tom Brady is undoubtedly the greatest quarterback to ever live, but could he soon become one of the greatest sports commentators of his generation?
Last year, 26-year-old old Bryan Ruby made history as the first-ever active professional baseball player to come out as gay.
Just a few months ago, we weren’t sure if there would be a 2022 MLB season. Now, we’re taking a look back at some of the highlights of the year so far.