Only at The Washington Times: Tim Lemke discusses the business of sports.
Wizards, who have been darn entertaining thus far, have third-lowest ticket prices in league.
More endorsements for Caps star?
Congress weighs in on the concussion issue
The Nationals, believe it or not, will be getting a special award for their defensive skills on ESPN tonight. Ryan Zimmerman will also be honored.
Fans of Stephen Strasburg will get their first glance of his "stuff" during an Arizona Fall League game.
Conservative talk show host said he warned Dave Checketts about backlash, was assured the NFL was OK with deal
If baseball is going to expand instant replay, it must first address the speed of games.
A weary baseball fan tries to explain why he was up so late last night.
An update on Charm City's push for a soccer stadium.
CBS College Sports will televise Army, Navy and Air Force all in a row Saturday. Network proclaims it to be "Armed Forces Week" with free preview on cable and satellite systems.
Versus gets 10 million new subscribers due to Dish Network, other providers adding the channels.
Introducing the new Audi Club
Because you can never have enough debt, especially when you're supporting your team
The Nationals have lowered season ticket prices on about 3,300 seats for 2010.
The FTC has filed a brief in the case of the NFL v. American Needle Inc. asking the Supreme Court to vacate a lower court's ruling that would give the NFL an antitrust exemption.
By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums