Caitlin Clark’s Salary Isn’t an Injustice

It’s the economic reality of playing in front of 4,067 people in Indianapolis.

How Sports Are Shaping the Future of Streaming, Explained 

A newly announced merger could radically change the streaming landscape.

A Great Year for Free Market Capitalism in Film

Five movies that captured the thrill and agony of markets, dynamism, risk, and competition.

The Plight of the NFL Running Back

They want to be compensated for playing the most brutal position in their sport, but front offices see them as expendable.

Major League Baseball’s Prospective Move to Las Vegas, Explained

The Oakland Athletics want to move to the desert city, but complications abound.

For Sale

On the repellent PGA-LIV merger.

A Simple Solution to Major League Baseball’s Problems

Good on MLB for at long last taking steps to address what ails it. But the treatments it has prescribed only address the symptoms.

In Defense of Sports Fandom

It’s a healthy outlet for our passions and antipathies.

Roger Federer’s Last Rodeo

The greatest tennis player of all time says goodbye to the sport.