Trick or Treat? Check out famous athletes in their Halloween costumes
Trick or Treat? Check out famous athletes in their Halloween costumesTom Brady, Deron Williams, the Bruins as the 'Frozen' cast, Ronda Rousey and Erin Andrews -inspired costumes, and more!
This Richard Sherman-Erin Andrews kids Halloween costume is amazing
Many of us here at Laces Out would never want to be reminded of Richard Sherman's epic post-game rant with Erin Andrew again. Primarily because we've seen it 4,049,875,278 times, but when something wins the day, you just nod your head and give it props. With that in mind, we present to you this!
Stunned by death of Cards' Taveras, good friend Perez lifts Giants
closest to Taveras. He was in tears in the dugout after receiving word that Taveras had died, according to FOX's Erin Andrews . The two had played together for Aguilas Cibaenas of the Dominican Winter League. Perez actually heard about Taveras
Giants' Bumgarner makes history on a sad night at AT&T Park in Game 5
in Los Angeles to attend the World Series for the first time, I nearly broke down. Meanwhile, the game continued. Erin Andrews texted me from her position near the Giants’ dugout that outfielder Juan Perez was crying. With help from our researchers
Hudson to make first career World Series start
Tim Hudson comments on making his first World Series start, and Bruce Bochy discusses what went wrong with San Francisco's pitching in Game 2.
Yost, Guthrie hope to bring championship to KC
Ned Yost and Jeremy Guthrie on the trade that brought him to Kansas City and more.
Hosmer, Royals bounce back in Game 2
Eric Hosmer gives his take on the Royals' Game 2 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
Bruce Bochy on what went wrong in Game 2
Bruce Bochy gives his take on the problems the Giants faced in their Game 2 loss to the Kansas City Royals.
Butler talks Game 2 win
Billy Butler speaks with Erin Andrews on the Game 2 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
Sandoval speaks on Giants' explosive offense
Pablo Sandoval gives his thoughts on why the Giants were able to get the jump on the Kansas City Royals in Game 1 of the World Series.