March 26, 2012 | TED KEITH
The Tigers already had a stranglehold on their weakened division—and then they added Prince Fielder. While Detroit plans for October, the rest of the Central races for second
February 06, 2012 | RICHARD HOFFER
A century ago two Ohio powers, Canton and Massillon, battled for supremacy of professional football. Back then the game was a cross between a three-ring circus and trench warfare, and the players were team-switching...
January 09, 2012 | DICK FRIEDMAN
What makes a kid in Boston geaux for a team so far from home?
October 17, 2011 | ALBERT CHEN
A funny thing happened while the glamour teams on the coasts were making World Series plans: The postseason was hijacked by the game's middle class, of which one member is poised to become the game's next superpower
October 10, 2011 | TOM VERDUCCI
The stage for the 2011 postseason was set long before Opening Day. Go back to '09, when three teams shuffled seven players in a trade that—unlike the playoffs—sent everyone home happy