Let me prove to you how Kentucky I am right off the bat. This is how Kentucky I am … I grew up on my grandparents’ farm in Marion, right in the center of the state. Rolling green tobacco fields, a wooden barn in the backyard, and, of course, dirt. When I think of my childhood, I think of playing in the dirt. Rural Kentucky at its finest.
Anthony Davis scores a record-52 points and is named MVP in NBA All-Star Game
All the shots you see below were taken by me — except any that you don’t really like. Those were taken by some other guy.
I guarantee you’re gonna have a hard time ever finding somebody who had as much fun playing the game as I did. And now I’m gonna bring that same energy to everything else I do … now that I’m officially retiring from Major League Baseball.
On May 14, the Yankees will retire Derek’s number. It’s a significant moment, and one that’s had me thinking a lot about the end of his playing career — those last two years for him as a player, that also happened to be the first two years for us as a couple. Big moments have a funny way of doing that, I think — of getting you to look over your shoulder and reflect. Big moments also have a funny way of making you look ahead.
It was the honor of my life to put on the Boston uniform for 15 years.
On Sunday, Kevin Durant made his eighth NBA All-Star appearance, and became only the fourth player ever to record a triple double in the game. The Players’ Tribune spent the day hanging out behind the scenes with Durant in the Big Easy.
In this video, Alex Smith discusses why it’s so important to help children in foster care transition successfully into society after they age out of the system.
I’m not the man Ashley married. I’m a much better version of that man — one I wish she was here to see.
For 85 days I put my heart and soul into Swansea City. I failed. But to get anywhere in life you must experience failure. I remain proud and strong.
No one believed I could dunk. No one believed me for the longest time.
As I write this, I’m 26 years old, and I’m the No. 4 player in the ATP singles rankings. Sounds pretty good, right?
In this video, Jabari Parker speaks out about racism, his personal battles with discrimination and his opportunity to stand up for those affected by such acts.