The Untold Legacy of Andy Roddick

Often criticized and rarely praised, Roddick’s retirement in 2012 marked the death of the American men’s tennis player. Andy Roddick, following his U.S. Open victory in 2003 at just 21 years of age, was predictably labeled the real deal. A stunningly powerful forehand and a hulk-like first-serve, Roddick possessed a marketable skill-set even for the […]

Rewriting Sports History

Here’s how winning (or winning more) can change a career. Five athletes who could benefit from rewriting the sports record books.   5. Ken Griffey, Jr. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 13-Time All-Star 1997 AL MVP 10-Time Gold Glove Award Batting average .284 Hits 2,781 Home runs 630 Runs batted in 1,836 When Ken Griffey, Jr. first appeared […]