Now that's what I call capitalism.
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Ryan Howard is sick of all the talk about the American League's dominance in the All-Star game.
INDIANAPOLIS - March Madness is about to get a little bit bigger and perhaps it will be better, too.
JOHANNESBURG - Now, about creating that soccer dynasty.
MORZINE, France - The Tour de France is shaping up as a three-way race among leader Cadel Evans of Australia, defending champion Alberto Contador of Spain and Andy Schleck of Luxembourg.
Professional basketball will be coming to Tattnall County for the first time today as the Georgia Knights host the Tru Hope Trailblazers from Norfolk, Va. at the Reidsville Middle School gym at 4 p.m.
JOHANNESBURG - Spain and the Netherlands have all the talent necessary to provide one of the most thrilling World Cup finals in the tournament's 80-year history.
SILVIS, Ill. - Steve Stricker is making it look easy.
OAKMONT, Pa. - It wouldn't have been difficult envisioning Michelle Wie, Eun-Hee Ji and Se Ri Pak being grouped together near the top of the U.S. Women's Open leaderboard not that long ago.
LES ROUSSES, France - Lance Armstrong is predicting a shakeout among the top Tour de France contenders with the race heading to the Alps for its first serious climbing.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa - In pouring rain on a ragged field, Germany and Uruguay staged a match entertaining enough to be for the World Cup title.
SILVIS, Ill. - As he chatted about his day at the John Deere Classic, Steve Stricker was reminded that he now held the tournament's 36-hole record.
OAKMONT, Pa. - Cristie Kerr didn't need to sink a long putt to gain a potentially significant advantage in the U.S. Women's Open, or whip a 290-yard drive down one of Oakmont Country Club's slender fairways.
CLEVELAND - The elimination ceremony boiled down to a single sentence, uttered by the most coveted bachelor of them all.
GUEUGNON, France - Lance Armstrong has his mind on the mountains.
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff ...