On Wednesday night, two teams will take the field that have met before on the October stage. The Boston Red Sox and the St.
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Even though the year has ended for New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, the controversy continues to swirl around the infamous all-star.
With baseball winding down and the cold days in the near future, ice hockey fans gear up for what should be an exciting and eventful season of rough and tough ice hockey.
With the baseball regular season nearing completion, the division races nearly done, teams are sprinting toward the finish line and trying to earn a wild card spot.
The International Olympic Committee announced that wrestling will be reinstated to the Olympic Games in 2020.
Sometimes we do not understand what defines us as sports fans, including which sport we choose to love. NASCAR has an enormous following in the United States, and racecar driving in general is widespread. Some of us still wonder if NASCAR should really be considered a sport at all, or just entertainment.
Nick and Sam debate the best college basketball game within the last 10 years.
Super Bowl week is like Christmas season for the sports media.
Most people think of golf as a boring sport, a sport that old men and uppity rich kids play, yet golf is more than that.
The NFL replacement referees seemed like trouble from the start. Most football fans knew there would be controversy, but thought it would happen on the field.
Well another year of The Slate means another edition of the Hot Corner. This year we want to welcome in new Assistant Sports Editor Michael Shipman.
The Slate Sports staff debate what sports topics had the biggest impact this year, while sports editor, Sam Stewart picks which writer knows best *Nick Sentman: Asst.
It is a shame when people make one mistake and it seemingly changes their lives forever. Former Arkansas Razorbacks coach Bobby Petrino’s life changed dramatically with just one motorcycle accident.
The NBA is a league that is drenched in drama. From LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Metta World Peace to Mark Cuban, Blake Griffin and finally Dwight Howard the NBA has its hands full.
The end of the NHL regular season is fast approaching, and there are teams still vying for that final spot.
So, it looks like March Madness is coming to a close. The Final Four is now set and for a lot of college basketball fans your team is probably out of the running.
The Hot Corner is going to be away for a while but for this issue we decided to sit down and debate the expanded playoffs in baseball.
The biggest stage in sports is the Super Bowl, and the biggest stage to play on is the Super Bowl’s halftime show.