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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts signed a huge contract this summer. Here's how he can save millions on his taxes.
Bret Saberhagen won the World Series 35 years ago on a $150,000 salary. The New York Mets will pay him more than that this year. Here's why.
Michael Jordan and Novant Health are teaming up to open a second clinic that will treat uninsured and underinsured patients.
Anthony Davis can opt out of his contract and become a free agent this offseason. Here's how he can maximize his potential earnings.
Deferred-money contracts can save teams money now – but they often pay a lot more later. Here's a look at seven of the craziest such deals.
Dak Prescott's season-ending injury means he'll be entering this offseason rehabbing his foot and ankle – and without a contract.
Diego Simeone is by far the highest-paid coach in all of pro sports. Here's a look at how he's gotten to that position.
Giannis Antetokounmpo isn't a free agent until next offseason, but there's already plenty of buzz about where he'll end up. If he leaves Milwaukee, he'll leave a ton of money on the table.
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.