Tom Goldman Tom Goldman is NPR's sports correspondent. His reports can be heard throughout NPR's news programming, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered, and on NPR.org.
Tom Goldman at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., September 27, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley)
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Saturday Sports: World Series

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Some Baseball Players Are Entering 'Income Pooling' Agreements To Fix Imbalance

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NBA's New Season Opens Tuesday Night With 2 Games

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Controversial Referee Call Helped Green Bay Win Monday Night Football

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Saturday Sports: China And The NBA, Washington Mystics, Simone Biles

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Bear No. 68 has packed on the pounds needed for a long hibernation. Courtesy of NPS Photos hide caption

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It's Fat Bear Week In Alaska's Katmai National Park — Time To Fill Out Your Bracket

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College Athletes In California Can Now Be Paid Under Fair Pay To Play Act

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Saturday Sports: Antonio Brown, Soccer Vs. Politics, WNBA Playoffs

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Veteran NFL Kicker Battles 'Demons' That Can Come With The Job

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California Could Radically Alter Amateur Rules In College Sports

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Saturday Sports: U.S. Open, NFL

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Eleven-year-old Ella Koehler, of Seattle United soccer club, heads the ball at a practice on the University of Washington campus. It's the first year she and her teammates of the same age can use the technique. A 2015 rule by the U.S. Soccer Federation banned heading for kids ages 10 years old and younger. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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Women's Soccer Stars Concerned About Trauma From Repetitive Head Impact

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