Articles Written by Joey Held
If there's a story anywhere in the world of music, sports, or entertainment, Joey wants to tell it. He's been freelancing since 2010, and prior to that, he attended the University of Miami, where he double majored in broadcast journalism and sport administration. A Chicago native, Joey currently resides in Austin, TX. Follow him on Twitter and always feel free to suggest a song for his next karaoke performance. Joey's favorite billionaire is Mark Cuban.
Steve Cohen has finally accomplished his dream of owning the New York Mets. To make it happen he's paying a record-setting amount of money.
After Jalen Ramsey signed a deal worth more than $20 million per year, half the positions in the NFL have broken through that barrier. Here's a look at each position.
Jalen Ramsey signs the largest contract an NFL cornerback has ever seen. Here's how much he'll make during his new deal.
DeAndre Hopkins just set the record for a non-QB contract. Here's how much the star receiver will earn with his new deal.
Mets ownership has moved into an exclusive offering with Steve Cohen. That means the bidding group featuring Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez is officially not going to own the team.
Michael Jordan has joined DraftKings as a special advisor to the board of directors. And the betting company's stock is shooting up accordingly. Here's how high it rose in one day.
Jim Pallotta is selling his 8% stake in the Boston Celtics – here's how much he'll make from the sale.
Lionel Messi is already the highest-paid soccer player ever. Now that he's requested a trade from FC Barcelona, he's likely set off a bidding war for his services.
Did The Former King Of Spain Receive A $100 MIllion "Donation" From The King Of Saudi Arabia And Later Gift $77 Million To A Former Lover?
Juan Carlos of Spain was an immensely popular ruler during his time. But a series of revelations about personal and financial transgressions have caused him to exile from his country.
Indians pitchers Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac broke quarantine while their team was in Chicago. Their actions may ultimately cost them millions of dollars.