The Vintage Base Ball Association promotes the history of the game and uses rules that tell players to forgo gloves and use a plate instead of a pitcher's mound, among other changes to modern baseball.
Verne Lundquist, who has been the play-by-play voice of CBS Sports’ coverage of Southeastern Conference games since 2000, looks back on his time with the top college conference as he prepares to retire after the 2016 season.
Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. extended his hitting streak to 29 games on Wednesday May 25, 2015. The last Red Sox player on this long of a streak was Johnny Damon, who hit in 29 consecutive games in 2005.
Yoan Moncada is on the cusp of signing a contract with the Boston Red Sox that includes a $31.5 million bonus. Under current rules, the Red Sox would have to pay twice that amount to Major League Baseball for signing Moncada.
A recent poll finds that Pennsylvanians are in favor of reinstalling the statue of the late Penn State coach. Are his on-field accomplishments dwarfed by his reluctance to act when faced with a sexual abuse scandal?
Jackie Robinson West was a feel-good story from the 2014 Little League championship tournament, the first African-American team to win the title in a sport that typically struggles to attract black players. But league officials now say the team's coaches cheated.
After leading the Patriots to their fourth Super Bowl championship and capturing a third Super Bowl MVP, Tom Brady is giving away the big prize - a Chevy truck – that came with the award. Who gets the truck?
The Super Bowl ads were consistently good but none stuck out, except perhaps Budweiser's latest tug at the heart strings with a cute puppy saved by Clydesdales. Still, one surprise entry might have have topped it.
Idina Menzel did a fine job with the 'Star-Spangled Banner' at the Super Bowl. But with such technically proficient singers like Menzel, the anthem lacks the drama – good and bad– that it has with singer-songwriters and pop stars.
President Obama weighed in on the Patriots' Deflategate controversy in an interview Sunday, saying the Patriots would have beat the Colts in the AFC title game 'no matter what the balls looked like.' Mr. Obama also refused to side with either the Patriots or the Seahawks in the Super Bowl.