The challenge for Sony with MLB 15 The Show was to make a perfect game even more perfect. Believe it or not, Sony succeeded.
Most notable this year: You can pull and push your hits with the left control stick. Bottom of the ninth and down by a run with the righthanded Yasiel Puig at the plate? Swing early, pull the ball towards the leftfield wall, and get ready to slow-trot the bases while the crowd roars.
Eleven: the number of years that passed since March Madness was last played at Key Arena in Seattle.
Eight: the number of teams that traveled to Seattle to take part in second- and third-round games.
Six: the number of games seen by one Kid Reporter at Key Arena during the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on March 20 and 22.
March Madness often lives up to its name. Every year, there are sure to be a few upsets of highly-ranked teams in the first two rounds, and often a team comes out of nowhere to make a deep run in the tournament.
Covering the tournament is just as hectic. Games begin quickly after the preceding game ends. Locker rooms are filled with cameras, reporters, and journalists from around the nation. Handouts with stats of all kinds cover every table in the media room. However, covering the tournament was a valuable experience and a whole lot of fun!
Spring has sprung, the birds are chirping, and top-notch golfers worldwide are getting ready to go to Augusta for the biggest and most prestigious golf event of the year: the Masters.
In 2014, Bubba Watson won the coveted green jacket. This year, who will go home rocking some green? Here are my five picks for the 2015 Masters Golf Tournament.
My journey to the 2015 NCAA Final Four started in 2010, the last time the event was held in my home state of Indiana.
Although we didn't have tickets to the games, we drove three hours to Indianapolis to walk around and feel the excitement in the air, attend the practices, and get some Final Four souvenirs. We enjoyed it so much that my family decided then that we would get tickets for the tournament scheduled to be in Indy in 2015.
Back then, I expected to go as a fan. But when the Final Four returned to Indianapolis, I was going to cover it as a journalist.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The women's basketball championship game will have a familiar feel to it with UConn and Notre Dame playing for a title for the second straight year.
Unlike last season's game when much of the conversation building up to the matchup of undefeated teams was about the frosty relationship between Geno Auriemma and Muffet McGraw. This year there is much friendlier attitude between the coaches and their teams, despite the rivals once again meeting on the game's biggest stage.
A win for the Huskies on Tuesday night would be a third straight title for UConn and 10th overall for Auriemma. That would tie him with UCLA men's coach John Wooden for the most all-time in college basketball.
Collecting sneakers has become a huge hobby and a big business in the US and around the world. And if Ray Allen’s Instagram feed is any indication, the NBA star is one of the biggest sneakerheads around.
In each issue of Sports Illustrated Kids, we feature three kids who excel in sports, does well in school, and gives back to the community. These young athletes do it all — on and off the field! Meet this month’s SportsKids of the Month!
Micah Schnyders, 13
New Lenox, IL
In January, Micah led Southwest Chicago Christian School to victory in the Calvin Tournament championship. He scored a combined 67 points in the semifinal and title game for the 13--2 Titans.