Not all records are made to be broken. Baseball in its present form will not see a pitcher reach Cy Young's 511 wins. Nor is it reasonable to anticipate a future college soccer coach matching the 21 NCAA titles thus far earned by North Carolina's Anson Dorrance. Sports evolve. The world they
Below are quick thumbnails of the 30 general managers as the industry heads into the winter meetings in Nashville. Reflecting considerable recent turnover as a new generation of leadership in the game gets promoted, the nature of the GM job has changed -- especially with "title inflation" as more
LAS VEGAS -- NBA commissioner Adam Silver said on Tuesday that while the DeAndre Jordan saga "was not a great look" for the league, there are no plans to adjust the nine-day free-agent moratorium period during which players are permitted to negotiate with teams but not allowed to sign contracts.
Scott Walker made it official today, jumping into the race for the White House as the 15th declared Republican candidate. “After a great deal of thought and a whole lot of prayer, we are so honored to have you join with us today as we announce that I am officially running to serve as your President
Name: Scott Walker Party: Republican What he does now: Governor of Wisconsin What he used to do: Walker has spent the majority of his career holding public office. First elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1993, Walker served several terms in the state legislature before being elected
Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker says Jeb Bush 's last name makes him a poor choice to take on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a general election contest. "I don't think a name from the past beats a name from the past. I think you need a name from the future," the
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will sit down for an exclusive interview with ABC's David Muir, anchor of “World News Tonight with David Muir,” just one day before he is expected to announce his presidential campaign. Portions of the interview will air Monday on “ Good Morning America ,” "World News
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES 2016ERS JOIN NCAA POOL @ ESPN.COM! SEE THEIR BRACKETS LIVE BEFORE TIPOFF: They might or might not be running for president, but they definitely want to win our bracket pool: The likes of Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Martin O’Malley, and about...
Election Night 2014 brought several "firsts" across the country. With their victories, these are the elected officials who made history on Tuesday night. First Elected African-American Senator From South Carolina Republican Tim Scott became South Carolina’s first elected black senator tonight with
You may have spent your summer grabbing ice cream cones with Rick Perry , or hopping rides with Paul Ryan aboard the Romney bus, or looking for Mary Landrieu ’s house, or finding new ways to thank the Koch brothers. Regardless, it’s back to business now, with campaign season starting and President