Danica Patrick and fuel-injected cars are just two of the exciting changes NASCAR has in store for us this racing season.
The Giants shut down Manhattan for half the day Tuesday with their NFL championship parade, and while magnificent, it didn't register alongside these epic ...
As Signing Day approaches, Onion Sports analysts break down the nation's top prep prospects.
Sports is currently enjoying an era of unprecedented statistical analysis, with Moneyball having opened the floodgates for stats-oriented people to find new benchmarks in every ...
Tim Tebow has reinvigorated discussion on athletes using the field as a pulpit, but of course he's hardly the first to do so. Bill ...
It's playoff time in the NFL, and we've condensed our expert analysis of each team's chances into a handy capsule form.
Any fan will tell you the big-name leagues aren't the whole sporting world. As time expires on 2011, we take a look at major ...
With the Packers enjoying a spectacular 2011 run, Onion Sports looks at some of the most remarkable regular seasons in sporting history: 1880 Chicago White ...
Any hope for the 2011 NBA season may soon disappear in a confusing morass of mutual greed, antitrust litigation, and David Stern's uselessness.
Shaquille O'Neal's frank and unflinching autobiography Shaq Uncut: My Story hits store shelves this week.
After winning his third World Series, Cardinals manager Tony La Russa has announced his retirement.
Albert Pujols' three homers in one game was an amazing World Series spectacle, but it was hardly the greatest moment the Fall Classic has ever ...
In response to the tragic death of Dan Wheldon, IndyCar Series officials are considering major safety changes for next year's races.
We list the man's most notable moments in an effort to define Al Davis.
To mark the publication of The Ecstasy Of Defeat, The Onion takes a look at the proud tradition of sports literature.
Even the great ones have off days, as Tom Brady found out against the Bills. Onion Sports lists the worst games of the very best.
It's that time of year again when baseball gears up to honor its best players, pitchers, managers, and rookies.
There are still seven undefeated teams in the NFL, and as usual, they're not the ones you might expect.
Last Saturday saw NFL teams making final cuts to get down to 53-man rosters, and some unexpected names had to hand in their playbooks.
Another great college season is upon us, and Onion Sports analysts have made their picks for the year’s most thrilling games.