‘Redskins’ name change a costly decision for many schools

At some of the 13 high schools that have dropped the name over the last four years, the moniker and Native American imagery lingers on uniforms, gym floors and in hallways, forcing schools to find the funds to make changes.

Japanese phenom Ohtani could become best two-way MLB player since Babe Ruth

If Shohei Ohtani can successfully make the transition to Major League Baseball, he has the chance to become the first two-way player since Babe Ruth. But if he is anything like other stars who jumped from Japan, Ohtani will face an adjustment period in the U.S.

To build staff, Jay Gruden relied on his NFL coaching social network

To fill out his first NFL coaching staff, Jay Gruden drew on pre-existing relationships in the “coaching social network” he established during his decade as an assistant coach.

How Super Bowl winners spend money

Each of the past six Super Bowl winners made different financial decisions in allocating their salary cap.

Orioles’ recent success due to many home runs, few walks

Under manager Buck Showalter and general manager Dan Duquette’s watch, the Orioles have formed a successful lineup that hits many home runs and draws few walks.