No one has ever received more than 98.4 percent of the vote.
We have come upon another Friday the 13th and so in honor of the superstitious nature of the day, here are the top three curses in sports history.
The Cubs are celebrating a big win of a foe this Friday.
Celebrating 100 years of losing just feels weird.
Are you ready for some good ol’ public flogging and moral superiority that results essentially in nothing but another baseball dry hump?
But we will provide these handy scouting tips to NFL franchises availing themselves of this new way of weeding out troublemakers, noting some ink that deserves special attention.
When the month of June drew to a close exactly 15 years ago, it was about to become the greatest individual home run month in the history of baseball. Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire electrified America, but we would soon learn that it had all happened during the heart of the steroid era.
In Game 3 of the 1932 World Series, Yankees slugger Babe Ruth made one of the most famous calls in the history of baseball.
A baseball jersey worn by The Bambino sold for more than $4.4 million, a record for any item of sports memorabilia, according to the buyer and seller.
This October 1 marks exactly 50 years since Roger Maris slammed home run #61 in 1961, taking down two icons with one swing: Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle.
Derek Jeter stole all the headlines in pursuit of career hit 3,000. Meanwhile, no one is noticing that Jim Thome is nearing an even rarer feat.
The last time the Chicago Cubs made a trip to Fenway Park, Cubs hitters were trying to figure out ace pitcher Babe Ruth, and baseball’s oldest ballpark was still a new-age novelty.