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Impact of Lat Injury on a Pitcher?
Why Are Oblique Strains So Common in MLB?
Kluber a Workhorse Even in Offseason
For New Yankee Holliday, No Time for Time Off
Are Weighted Baseballs a Wave of the Future?
Williams Adds Music Degree to Highlight Reel
Extreme Weathers: Indians Hurler Hits 108 MPH
Game Changers: An Electronic Strike Zone?
Game Changers: A Shift in Keeping Score
Female French Teen Makes MLB History: Shortstop Melissa Mayeux is the First Woman Added to MLB’s International Registration List
O’s, Chinese Prospect Make MLB History: ‘Itchy Shoe’ First to Sign from Development Camps in China
The Tommy John Solution? Arm Sleeves Give New Insight into Elbow Stress
Remembering Grampa Yogi
Precious Medal: Thankful Trip to White House
Pure Gold: Best Outfielders Need More than Speed
Super Men: The Modern Utility Player
Inside Look at Wild Forward Zucker’s Offseason Training
Yogi Berra loved hockey, too
Force of Habit: The Problem with Tommy John Surgery
Force of Habit
When ace after ace blows an elbow from the same biomechanical flaw, Tommy John surgery keeps them in the game. But science, no the scalpel, is the real solution. Too bad few MLB teams are paying attention.
C… As in Complicated
Whoever said, “leaders aren’t born, they’re made” was obviously thinking of NHL captains. But what exactly goes into the manufacturing process?
It’s a Long Road from Great to Grateful
When Alexander Daigle was picked No. 1 in 1993, he couldn’t have known how lousy his NHL career would be. Fifteen years later, with another draft approaching, he’s a one-man advertisement for second acts.
Yadier Molina Knows Squat
He may not be “El Hombre,” but the Cardinals’ All-Star catcher is definitely the man behind the plate.
To Know Her is to Love Her
So says Lorena Ochoa’s website. Funny thing is, it just might be true.
The Puck Stops Here
You want stress? Step into any NHL goal crease. You want the most stressful job in sports? For that you’ll have to live behind the mask of Montreal Goaltender Carey Price.
Scouting is more art than science, but Detroit’s formula for finding so much Cup-worthy talent starts with a simple rule: Skill and sense trump size and speed.
October is a mad dash for the finish line. With Jose Reyes atop the order, the Mets have a head start.
Linda and Henry Staal raise two choice Canadian products: Sod and skaters. Meet the new first family of hockey.
What does Roger Federer – maybe the greatest tennis player of all time – have to do to get a little hometown love?
Martina Hingis was once the queen of tennis. As she mounts her comeback, will anything less than the throne be good enough?
The Rules Are, There Are No Rules
Olympic stories are supposed to be heartwarming tales of triumph packaged into three-minute TV tearjerkers. But as Olympic wrestler Sara McMann knows, happy endings can be hard to come by.
ACL: The Three Ugliest Letters in Female Sports
Social media star Paige Spiranac works to shine on course, too
Setting new CrossFit benchmarks — even after open-heart surgery
How CrossFit Saved Miranda Oldroyd’s Life
In CrossFit or Olympic Lifting, Lauren Fisher is a Powerful Presence
THE BOX MAGAZINE
Major League Baseball may be Tuffy Gosewisch’s bread and butter, but on the inside, he’s a Major League CrossFit Fanatic.
Annie’s Got Her Guns
Iceland’s Annie Thorisdottir is as strong as they come. But a herniated disk stands between her and her third straight Reebok CrossFit Games title. Should she return to defend her crown, her mechanics may be more important than her muscles.
The Fisher Queen
Lauren Fisher came out of nowhere at the SoCal Regional to nab a spot to compete at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games. Now, the 20-year-old powerhouse represents the next generation of CrossFit competitor.
In Her Wheelhouse
From Iraq to CrossFit to Nascar, Christmas Abbot never shies away from a challenge.
I Heart CrossFit
For these eight athletes, CrossFit is more than a hobby. It’s a matter of the heart.