Give this guy a baseball contract, stat.
How much Kobe Bryant and others make in a minute compared to a minimum wage worker.
Win or lose, watching sports changes you. What research says about being a fan.
Never get caught in the rough again.
Good luck getting every team right! (No, seriously. You need the luck.)
This month we're running the gamut from fun to functional: highlights include a foosball app, a sled for adults, easy-install tire chains, and the Cadillac of vacuum cleaners.
Flacco has a killer arm. What makes him--and other pro quarterbacks--so special?
Fire up the pressure cooker and emulsify the cheese: it's almost game time!
With Super Bowl XLVII coming up Sunday, we take a look at how military tech has changed the game.
Put some people in front of a screen, and they won't always reveal the most truthful information.
It was a huge year for 3-D printing technology, which touched everything from sports to chemistry to firearms.
An up-close look at chronic traumatic encephalopathy
Athletes in the U.S. suffer 3.8 million sports-related concussions each year. While helmet makers dither with small improvements, Swedish scientists have built something that could protect us all.
Hint: the taxpayers. Deadspin breaks down how much the public is paying for sports.
The idea that Viagra helps out athletes has been around for years now, but is there a scientific consensus on it?