The Padres and Fernando Tatis Jr. reportedly agreed to a 14-year contract on Wednesday, February 17, just a few months before the start of the 2021 season.
If eBay’s “State of Trading Cards” report is any indication, the hobby hit an unprecedented peak in 2020.
Less than a year after COVID-19 shook the world to its core, the NFL managed to put on 269 games in the span of just four months.
Houston may now be designated as a “no-fly zone” for superstars, and may have lost out on its chance to become one of the premier sports cities in the process.
Thank you for all of your continued support through the challenging year that was 2020. Now, we’re on to 2021.
Since we don’t know any better after all of the uncertainty in 2020, let’s try our best to guess what sports fans will be saying towards the end of 2021.
As tough as it may seem to narrow down 2020’s biggest moments into a countdown of just six items, it seems like the right thing to do for such an important time in both sports history and the country’s history.
It’s time to find out what the NBA learned during its time down in the bubble in the summer of 2020, and if they can make it through the 2020-2021 regular season without any issues.
November 12-November 15 will go down as one of the most unique sports weekends of all time, and fans should take it all in and enjoy it all as best as they can.
As the holidays continue to get closer, check out the ultimate gift guide as it relates to card collecting in 2020.
If current trends continue, the City of Seattle could propel itself into the conversation as one of the nation’s best sports cities.
Despite the NFL’s best efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, the league finally experienced its first outbreak as teams began to prepare for Week 4 of the 2020 season.
It’s only fitting that one of the most unique regular seasons in MLB history would be accompanied by one of the most intriguing playoff formats in recent memory.
Now, when fans look back in the history books, the NBA has a new signature comeback to consider as its most iconic of all time: the Denver Nuggets taking down the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2020 Western Conference Semifinals.
What if the rumored deal to send NBC’s Al Michaels to ESPN had gone through? What if there was a “trade deadline” of sorts for networks to shake things up and rework their broadcast teams?
After what felt like a successful opening weekend for the 2020 MLB season, baseball fans felt that everything was back to normal, with just a few hiccups as it relates to positive COVID-19 tests.