1. Exclusive Images from 'Barca: The Illustrated History of FC Barcelona'

    Bleacher Report's Guillem Balague has a fascinating new book out, entitled 'Barca: The Illustrated History of Barcelona' and published in association with the great club itself, who granted access to Barcelona's library of historic images...

    Guillem Balague Written by Guillem Balague about 1 month ago 18,972 reads 84 comments

  2. Aaron Lennon Following the Gareth Bale Path to Resurgence at Tottenham Hotspur

    Just as his former wing partner Gareth Bale did a few years back, Aaron Lennon could be about to enjoy a resurgence at Tottenham Hotspur ...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 1 month ago 3,582 reads 12 comments

  3. From the Flying to Launching Baseballs, Pirates' Ralph Kiner Was All-American

    December 7, 1941 was a day that will live in infamy for Americans, as the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, prompting our country to enter World War II...

    Ryan Gaule Written by Ryan Gaule about 1 month ago 3,996 reads 3 comments

  4. From Wrestling Legend to Double Amputee, Kamala Keeps Fighting

    SENATOBIA, Miss. — The day after they cut off his leg, James Harris' screams echoed through the halls of Baptist Memorial Hospital. Doctors upped the dosage on his anesthetics, and Harris' wife, Emmer, tried to calm him by clutching his hand...

    Jason King Written by Jason King about 2 months ago 1,486,763 reads 238 comments

  5. Predicting WG Grace's Record If He Played in the Modern Era

    WG Grace was England's first superstar from a bygone era unrecognisable from the modern game, and predicting his record if he were to be playing today is difficult to achieve with any degree of certainty...

    Rick James Written by Rick James about 2 months ago 617 reads 0 comments

  6. Examining the 10 Formula 1 Title Races Double Points Would Have Affected

    Formula One's decision to award double points for the 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix — the final race of the season — was met with a mixture of disbelief, horror and dismay among fans...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 2 months ago 4,851 reads 5 comments

  7. NBA Records We'll Never See Broken

    After setting the NBA record for missed field goals, Kobe Bryant 's mark of 13,439 misses and counting feels untouchable. "Bryant will eventually own this record by a significant margin," Bleacher Report's Stephen Babb wrote...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 3 months ago 32,856 reads 55 comments

  8. Remembering the Shambles That Was the Stanford Superstars Project

    With a Texan billionaire, helicopters full of cash and a glamorous Caribbean setting, the Stanford Super Series seemed more like a reality TV show than a cricket contest...

    Chris Bradshaw Written by Chris Bradshaw about 3 months ago 530 reads 4 comments

  9. Giants' Madison Bumgarner Records 1st World Series Shutout Since 2003

    San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner continued his incredible run of postseason success in Sunday's Game 5 against the Kansas City Royals, recording the first individual ...

    Bleacher Report Milestones Written by Bleacher Report Milestones about 3 months ago 1,530 reads 1 comments

  10. Tracking Down Arsenal's Players on Day of Cesc Fabregas' Debut in 2003

    Cesc Fabregas ' outstanding start to his Chelsea career has made particularly painful viewing for Arsenal fans. Many Gunners supporters fondly remember Fabregas' first-team debut for the club in the League Cup against Rotherham ...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 3 months ago 12,061 reads 6 comments

  11. We Remember: Bob Beamon's Incredible Long Jump World Record on This Day in 1968

    It was on October 18, 1968 that Bob Beamon produced arguably the single greatest achievement in sporting history. The American set a new world long jump record of 8.90m in the Olympic final in Mexico City...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 3 months ago 3,321 reads 3 comments

  12. The Cautionary Tale of Ken Caminiti: The Steroid Era's First Truth-Teller

    The past springs to life on an 80-inch flat-screen in a family room in Reno, Nevada. The television is extra-large because the woman watching it is battling macular degeneration. The man is a reluctant viewer...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 4 months ago 656,430 reads 150 comments

  13. The Story of Wayne Rooney's Manchester United Career in 10 Games

    Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has had a remarkable career at the club so far. He looks set to become the club's all-time top goalscorer, and will certainly be remembered as a key figure in the club's history...

    Paul Ansorge Written by Paul Ansorge about 4 months ago 8,358 reads 10 comments

  14. Ranking Manchester City's Top 6 International Players

    In recent times, international breaks have left Manchester City 's training ground nearly empty. They have a squad full of internationals having established themselves as one of the ...

    Rob Pollard Written by Rob Pollard about 4 months ago 2,294 reads 1 comments

  15. 10 Real Madrid Players Who Failed to Shine for Their Country

    Only the best will do at Real Madrid , so naturally, the majority of the players in their squad are the very best their respective countries have to offer...

    Samuel Marsden Written by Samuel Marsden about 4 months ago 4,736 reads 4 comments

  16. An Insider's Guide to Mississippi State's Cowbell Tradition

    Love 'em or hate 'em, the ringing cowbells at Mississippi State inside Davis Wade Stadium are one of the most prominent—and noisy — traditions in the SEC...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 4 months ago 12,503 reads 33 comments

  17. Portland Trail Blazers Highlights to Get You Pumped Up for 2014-15 Season

    The Portland Trail Blazers let loose a multitude of highlight plays last season, which fans can surely anticipate for the 2014-15 NBA season...

    Joshua J Vannuccini Written by Joshua J Vannuccini about 4 months ago 2,166 reads 3 comments

  18. NY Giants LB Jameel McClain Returns to Hometown in Showdown vs. Eagles

    In the heart of Philadelphia, there is a statue of Rocky Balboa, the fictitious boxer made famous by actor Sylvester Stallone in the Rocky movie franchise. The statue, which, according to VisitPhilly...

    Patricia Traina Written by Patricia Traina about 4 months ago 6,265 reads 8 comments

  19. My Morning with Muhammad Ali

    I'm sitting on a couch in a dimly lit hotel room on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River near Cincinnati. The man sitting next to me is asleep. The man is Muhammad Ali ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tim Smith about 4 months ago 150,390 reads 141 comments

  20. Astros' Jose Altuve Breaks Team Record with 69 Multi-Hit Games in 2014

    It was a magical season for the Houston Astros ' Jose Altuve , who tallied a career-best 225 hits and swiped 56 bases...

    Bleacher Report Milestones Written by Bleacher Report Milestones about 4 months ago 541 reads 1 comments

  21. Argentina vs. Brazil: 10 Great Moments from Down the Years

    Given the quality of players both Brazil and Argentina have possessed over the years, it is unsurprising that the nations' rivalry has produced some stunning encounters that live long in the memory...

    Christopher Atkins Written by Christopher Atkins about 4 months ago 6,023 reads 7 comments

  22. Art Shell Reflects on Becoming NFL's 1st Black Head Coach in Modern Era

    One fall night 25 years ago, Art Shell climbed into bed. He was watching Nightline when the phone rang. It was Al Davis , owner of the Oakland Raiders. It was a call that would begin to change everything...

    Mike Freeman Written by Mike Freeman about 4 months ago 165,148 reads 107 comments

  23. Ranking the Best and Worst Uniforms in Cleveland Cavaliers History

    The Cleveland Cavaliers ' uniform history, much like their play on the court, is a case study in extremes. The Cavaliers' inaugural uniforms featured a feather. Then there were the checkers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Patrick Duprey about 4 months ago 1,586 reads 0 comments

  24. Japan and F1: Why Have Drivers Disappointed with Odds in Their Favour?

    Japan has had more drivers start a Formula One grand prix than Australia, Austria, Canada, Spain, Finland and New Zealand (and plenty of other countries). In fact, there are only 10 countries in the world with more F1 drivers than Japan...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 4 months ago 1,920 reads 2 comments

  25. Andrew Sheridan: Retired Prop Who Nearly Won England the 2007 Rugby World Cup

    Andrew Sheridan : rugby player, bench-presser , brick-layer , folk singer and Eddie Munster-lookalike , has been facing challenges throughout his career...

    Daniel Rey Written by Daniel Rey about 4 months ago 1,006 reads 4 comments