Ng made history when she took the top executive job in Miami back in 2020. Now, just three years later, she has steered the Marlins to their best winning percentage since 2009.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Red Sox reporter Ian Browne about the life of Major League Baseball player Tim Wakefield, who was known for throwing a knuckleball.
Some athletes just didn't show up. One young woman ran her race — and then kept running after crossing the finish line, forcing a doping control officer to run after her, a coach said.
The win brought Sungjae Im and Si Woo Kim more than a medal. They got an exemption from 21 months of mandatory military service, a legal requirement for all able-bodied males age 18-35 in South K...
Taylor Swift's attendance at Kansas City Chiefs games to watch her rumored new boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce, is proving to be a prime-time event of its own.
Taylor Swift means business. The popstar brought an economic boost to the NFL after she was seen at a Chiefs game. Her appearance at MetLife Stadium gives the franchise another opportunity to cas...
His role in the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry of the early 2000s turned Wakefield into a fan favorite whose impact went far beyond his numbers.
A referee pushed and pulled off the helmet of a student football player after the two collided during a game Friday night. The Texas high school athletic association is investigating.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of Meadowlark Media about the end of Baseball's regular season, a huge trade in the NBA, and a remembrance for baseball's Brooks Robinson.
Tennessee Judge Kathleen Gomes said she'd never seen such a conservatorship for someone who isn't disabled. She isn't dismissing Oher's case to receive accounts of his finances from the Tuohys.
Money from Gulf States has distorted the balance of power among European soccer clubs. Now there's a push to regulate outside money coming into the sport.
It takes 106 football players to sell out an NFL stadium — or one Taylor Swift. So when the pop superstar was linked to Travis Kelce, fans immediately took action.
Brooks Robinson spent his entire career with the Baltimore Orioles. Robinson's most memorable performance came as MVP of the 1970 World Series.
Money from oil-rich Gulf nations has distorted the balance of power among European soccer clubs. Now there's a push to regulate outside money coming into the sport.
Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson, whose deft glovework and folksy manner made him one of the most beloved and accomplished athletes in Baltimore history, has died. He was 86.