5 possible summer moves from Asia
A number of top Asian players are looking to make a move to Europe this summer. John Duerden takes a look at the five likeliest candidates.
Finally: The Ashes series is upon us
The Ashes is finally upon us, with Australia looking to defend the urn against a rejuvenated England squad. Chris Teale previews it all.
New TV deal shows USA's soccer thirst
The partnership between the NASL and ONE World Sports -- two up-and-coming properties -- shows the United States' thirst for live soccer.
USA roster: Deep, but who will lead?
As the United States men's national team begins Gold Cup play this week, there's a lingering question: Who will be the team's next leaders?
Shogo Akiyama near Japan hitting streak
Shogo Akiyama of the Saitama Seibu Lions has collected a hit in 27 consecutive games, just five off the record for Nippon Pro Baseball.
Teams crowded in NPB Central League
Nippon Pro Baseball's Central League is crowded with only 4.5 games separating the teams from top to bottom after Saturday's games.
Jose Aldo’s Rib Was Actually Broken
Jose Aldo picked up a rip injury a couple weeks ago, but it was not known that it was fractured until recently, after he was removed from his headline fight.
Hiroshima Carp doing all except winning
The Hiroshima Carp are just 34-37, but they should be much better if you look at key stats such as run differential. John E. Gibson looks into why.