All Melissa Segura Stories
The D.R. Goes New School
A trio of Yanks have a revolutionary vision for Dominican baseball
The View from Above
New Mexico State's Sim Bhullar, who is 7'5", and his 7'3" brother, Tanveer, can see just how far they have to go to realize their NBA dreams
Growing up a street apart in Cuba, best friends Yunel Escobar and Brayan Pe√±a had the same dream: to wear the Atlanta uniform. How they made it is a story of courage and, they say, destiny
All Together Now
Could streamlining their concussion case against the league hurt NFL veterans?
What's Up? Docs
It was a banner year for documentaries, which were never hard to find
4 Houston Astros
"BOURN, PENCE AND TOWLES AT LEAST BRING A FRESH IDENTITY TO A THIN, AGING ROSTER."
Let's Just Play Ball
Maria Pepe's persistence opened up Little League fields far beyond Hoboken, N.J.
An NAIA sidearmer fires a string of blanks
Not Safe at Home
The kidnapping of Wilson Ramos points up the dangers players face in Venezuela
Friday Night F√öTBOL
Like other high school football teams across northern Mexico, Prepa Tec of Monterrey wondered how it would match up against a top Texas program. Last month it found out
Ronda Rousey Lays The Smack Down
THE WORLD'S TOP FEMALE FIGHTER WANTS TO TEAR YOUR ARM OFF AND TELL YOU ABOUT IT—IN THE MOST POINTED WAY POSSIBLE
A Gringo's Game
He blends Latino creativity with European discipline—and even more important, Clint Dempsey "tries s---." Could the hard-edged, risk-taking Texan come to embody (finally) the American way to play?
Third World Charm?
A new documentary probes beneath the romance of Dominican baseball
Two pitchers from India are settling in
A Left Hook from Leftfield
IN 2009 AN ASPIRING GYM TEACHER DISCOVERED MMA. FOUR YEARS LATER, WHEN CHRIS WEIDMAN ENTERED THE OCTAGON TO FACE ANDERSON SILVA, NO ONE GAVE HIM A CHANCE
6 Pittsburgh Pirates
"THERE ARE SOME PIECES THAT ARE WORTH THE FRONT OFFICE'S PATIENCE."
Back to His Future?
Exonerated after five years in prison, former USC recruit Brian Banks looks to the NFL