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.
Major League Baseball All-Star Shawn Green talks about competition between other sports in Europe, with comment on how to promote the sport of baseball in the U.K.
As the U.S. Open Championship continues this weekend, some of the biggest winners won't be the golfers themselves.
Former all-star baseball legend Alex Rodriguez talks to CNBC's Melissa Lee about life after baseball, making smart investments, and his personal finance philosophy.
In 1919, the Red Sox sent Babe Ruth to the Yankees for $100,000, now collectors have a chance to own a piece of that history.
In the aftermath of the Manchester terrorist attack, Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts tells CNBC stadium security keeps him up at night.
Former MLB star David Ortiz discusses his new book "Papi: My Story" as well as his life and business after baseball. New Shark Tank judge Rohan Oza, CAVU Ventures co-founder, weighs in.
A-Rod says he was never asked to join the Romney-led bid for the Marlins.
When it came to money, A-Rod learned the ropes the hard way.
Bidders for the team are a group led by Mitt Romney's son and Tom Glavine and a group led by Jeb Bush and Derek Jeter.
Ex-Yankee Alex Rodriguez tells CNBC he was never asked to join the Tagg Romney-led bid for the Miami Marlins.
Alex Rodriguez, A-Rod Corp. CEO and former MLB player, discusses his friendship with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital CEO, and how he's working on building his business portfolio after his baseball career.
At BTIG's annual Charity Day, CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks with Major League Baseball's Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez.
Twitter said it streamed more than 800 hours of live content in the first quarter of this year, reaching 45 million viewers.
At CNBC’s Net/Net event in Chicago, the World Series champions’ owner Tom Ricketts shared just how important buy-in is, by customers and employees, in reaching a goal.
A new app is creating a way for baseball fans to connect online and off major platforms like Facebook or Snapchat..