Jennifer Sey was the 1986 U.S. all-around national champion. Within two years she was out of the sport.
Normally Jason Gay writes columns for the Wall Street Journal. Now he's trying to teach his 5- and 7-year-old children.
Dozens of minor league baseball clubs were already in danger of losing MLB affiliation. The pandemic makes that change more likely.
Karen and Charlie discuss the NCAA's approval of a plan to allow athletes to profit from their names, images and likenesses, and more.
Last fall, MLB announced its plan to cut ties with dozens of minor league affiliates. This week on Only A Game, how the COVID-19 pandemic makes the controversial proposal more...
For most jockeys, an impressive career lasts 20, maybe 30 years. Perry Ouzts has been racing for 47 years, and he hasn't given retirement much thought.
Karen and Charlie discuss the 2020 NFL Virtual Draft, and the 6-year-old who designed a new uniform for a pro soccer team.
When he turned 55, author John U. Bacon set a scary goal for himself: run the Boston Marathon. When the race was postponed, he came up with a new plan....
As food banks across the country struggle to keep up with demand, the San Antonio Food Bank got a pep talk from one of the NBA’s most beloved coaches.
After what he calls a "wake-up call" on his 55th birthday, author John U. Bacon started training for the 2020 Boston Marathon. But the the race was postponed due to...
While PGA play is suspended, golfers have been competiting against each other on the Peloton. Recently, a golf writer decided to ride against the Peloton King.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the XFL's bankruptcy filing this week, plus the return of live baseball in Taiwan.
Two sports business experts discuss a poll suggesting that most sports fans won't return to the stands until there's a COVID-19 vaccine.
Until recently, Marshall Gilinsky didn't appreciate how well his lifelong baseball glove was constructed, or all that it represented.
In his new book, The WSJ's Ben Cohen draws parallels between Steph Curry's breakout game and the making of "The Princess Bride."
When the sports world was put on hold, NASCAR was the first to make a successful transition to "virtual" sports.
With most sports leagues on hiatus, NASCAR is trying to fill the void ... with virtual racing. This week on Only A Game, driver Michael McDowell talks about the transition...
With no baseball happening at Fenway Park, Red Sox organist Josh Kantor finds community on Facebook Live.
This was supposed to be a big summer for the WNBA and the NWSL. Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe talk about what COVID-19 means for their leagues.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss MLB's "bubble-headed" idea for a "bubble" league, and more.