ESPN for Kids, A Sports Blog for Kids by Kids
Month: February 2018

Podcast: Seven for Seven

[As our longtime readers know, Senior East Coast Correspondent Ezra Troy brings encyclopedic knowledge about the world of sports to My ESPN for Kids.  Now, Ezra and staff writer (and Mets, Jets and Knicks super fan) Roey Herzfeld are collaborating on a periodic podcast

Derek Jeter: Best-Selling Author

[We have added a new navigation tab to the site, Book Review.  It will give us a chance to begin to showcase some of the great books on sports not only spanning both fiction and non-fiction, but also the full

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MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

The MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference began in 2007.  Over the last decade, it has become the premier sports analytics conference in the world.  The event is, quite simply, without peer. For 2018, the overall theme is, “Talk Data to Me.” 

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Super Bowl LII Preview

The size and scope of the Super Bowl is amazing to consider.  The Super Bowl is the most watched event in U.S. television (both FIFA’s World Cup and, depending on the participants, the Cricket World Cup can be bigger). Americans

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An MLB Alternate Universe

[We are starting to get within an outfield throw of Opening Day.  And once we get past the Super Bowl, it will be the only thing to keep us going (at least until March Madness tips off).  And so, it should come

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