CNBC's Julia Boorstin discusses television ratings for the NFL, MLB and NBA.
The debate over taking a knee during the national anthem is a distraction from real problems in the US, former NBA chief David Stern told CNBC.
President Trump called for an end to "massive tax breaks" for the NFL Tuesday despite lucrative subsides in his own proposed tax reform plan.
Ned Colletti, "The Big Chair" author and former LA Dodgers general manager, talks about the lessons he learned about leadership after guiding the team through nine seasons.
Sports should report total audience numbers, not just the fans watching the live broadcast, George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital founder and CEO, told CNBC.
Proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief efforts, but future violations could face stiffer consequences.
As the record-breaking Cleveland Indians prepared to play Thursday night, tickets were still available.
Michael Chernoff, Cleveland Indians general manager, discusses his team's win streak and the business of baseball.
Apple showed off the new iPhones' augmented reality capabilities.
Americans spend more on going to games than they do on books.
Universal Windows Direct offered full rebates to any customer purchases in July if the Indians won 15 consecutive games after Aug. 1.
Major League Baseball confirmed that the Boston Red Sox baseball team used an Apple Watch to steal hand signals from the New York Yankees, according to The New York Times.
Jim Crane, Astros chairman, talks about returning to Houston to play on Saturday in what will surely provide a much-needed boost to the city.
CNBC takes a look at some of the stadiums and teams embracing clean energy and the environment.
A ruthless Floyd Mayweather scored a 10th round technical knockout over mixed martial arts champion Conor McGregor.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has criticized Neymar's world record transfer move from Barcelona to Paris St Germain.
Chris Christie caught a foul ball from his seat at Citi Field during the Mets-Cardinals game on Tuesday night.
Bobby Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO; Robert Kraft, New England Patriots owner; and Jeff Wilpon, New York Mets COO, discuss the growth in e-sports and their own investments in gaming with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Mayweather promises to pay the tax bill after the Aug. 26 fight with Conor McGregor, but says he does not have the cash now.
Charlie Hill, managing director of Major League Baseball Europe, talks about how the company is going to try and raise the profile of baseball in Europe.