Featured Photo by Sporting News via Getty During his 13-year Major League career as a pitcher, Bob Tewksbury was known for his control. In 1992, his best year in the big leagues, Tewksbury walked only 20 batters in 233 innings, one

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When George Gervin retired from the NBA, his four scoring titles were only surpassed by Wilt Chamberlain. After beginning his career with the Virginia Squires of the ABA, Gervin would be traded to the San Antonio Spurs to become one

Christian Fuchs helps American kids follow in his footsteps Photographs by Anthony Geathers On a small three-day break from the Barclays Premier League season, and fresh off a Champions League run that saw Leicester City make another improbable run to the quarterfinals,

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To this day, Ann Meyers Drysdale remains the only woman ever to sign a guaranteed NBA contract. As an Olympian, Hall of Fame player and broadcaster, she continues to be one of basketball’s greatest pioneers. We take the US Women’s dominance

Dominique Wilkins Rewinds the Human Highlight Reel Of all the greats to play pro basketball, perhaps no player elevated their game above the rim more than Dominique Wilkins. But the nine-time NBA All-Star was much more than just a dunker. Where did