Alex Rodriguez will return to the booth in 2021 in his analyst role on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” much to the presumed chagrin of some MLB fans who have at times mocked his occasionally questiona
The graphics department at ESPN was dragged by the Philadelphia Flyers after the organization’s inexplicable omission from a list of NHL teams.
The second season of “Peyton’s Places,” the popular show hosted by Hall of Famer Peyton Manning that airs on ESPN+, will feature a star-studded lineup of guests.
One of the more popular segments of ESPN’s weekly pregame coverage ahead of “Monday Night Football” is without question the “C’mon Man” routine led by panelist Randy Moss.
Aaron Rodgers laid waste to ESPN’s much-maligned “Monday Night Football” broadcasting crews by claiming he watches the action on mute when he actually tunes in to games.
ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter has apologized for overlooking an event last week when tweeting about how refreshing the arrival of the 2020 NFL Draft was for sports fans. He has since apologized.
Alex Rodriguez, entering the final year of his deal with ESPN, is expected to remain in his current role on the “Sunday Night Baseball” broadcast team, but he may be the only holdover from the current
The New Orleans Pelicans overcame extremely long odds to land the No. 1 slot in the 2019 NBA Draft by winning Tuesday night’s Draft Lottery.
Draymond Green was not impressed with a critical comment ESPN’s Mike Greenberg left on an Instagram post about his thoughts on the officiating controversy plaguing the Golden State Warriors-Houston Ro
CC Sabathia won’t be retiring until season’s end, but the New York Yankees pitcher nevertheless is preparing for life after an outstanding baseball career.
Jemele Hill continues to have few regrets over calling Donald Trump a “white supremacist” in 2017, claiming she was surprised how her comments generated so much controversy.
To say Jason Witten has hit some rough patches during his transition from the gridiron to the broadcaster’s booth would be an understatement.
Doris Burke was the recipient of the Curt Gowdy Media Award this week and singled out two NBA superstars she credits for their support: LeBron James and Chris Paul.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer has issued an apology over “wrongly accusing” ESPN of broadcasting a tweet that featured bogus information about him that was made in jest by a sport
ESPN announced on Friday that the network will not air the national anthem this season during broadcasts of “Monday Night Football.