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I Love Baseball, But I Don't Want a 2020 Return

In the last few weeks, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) have been going back and forth with proposals to begin the 2020 season.

Folding Chairs with Michael Jordan

This article is about finding a moment of quietude and reflection in a sea of chaos - something we are all looking for during these unprecedented times. This moment of calmness just happens to be with Michael Jordan in the '90s. Timely as it provides a personal account during the time portrayed in the documentary, The Last Dance, currently featured on ESPN with 5.8 million viewers each week.

COVID-19 and It's Impact on the Global Sports Community

With the year 2020 getting closer to its halfway point, no matter what takes place in the sports world the rest of this year, history will remember 2020 for being the year “without sports.”

Building Social Capital through College Soccer

The purpose of this study is to examine the meaning and reason that individuals play college soccer, by taking the experience into account of six different men and women who play college soccer in the southeastern Wisconsin area.

Will COVID-19 Destroy Worldwide Fandom?

As the world has been blindsided by the COVID-19 virus, it has shut down country after country, business after business, and sports everywhere.

Life After Sports

Some professional athletes retire comfortably, others don't. Some seek more opportunities outside the lines to put their competitive drive to work.

3 Hacks NBA Teams Use to Attract Top Talent

There are a few obvious ways to get someone to play for your NBA team.

Can Kevin Durant Come Back From His Achilles Injury?

You can’t defeat greatness. Professional athletes all over the world overcome incredible hurdles and roadblocks to become members of an elite group that just about every child wants to be a part of. You can’t defeat greatness, but you can make it hard for

Which Five MLB Players Would You Put in the Hall of Fame?

March 28th was the start of our nation’s most beloved recreational holiday: Opening Day for MLB. This excitement for our national pastime led me to scour the internet for new interesting baseball articles and questions that could only get me ready for the

Karate in Ontario: "The Uphill Battle" - The Cost of Raising a Champion

"The Uphill Battle" is an award-winning feature documentary produced by Invision Pro and directed by Maria Morgunova.