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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How Baseball's Code Of Silence Figured Into Astros' Sign-Stealing Case

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MLB Commissioner Defends Decisions On Astros' Sign-Stealing Scandal

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Saturday Sports: The Astros' Sign-Stealing Scandal; Rule Change In Women's Tennis

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Houston Astros Apologize For Sign-Stealing Scandal As Spring Training Opens

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Former U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee's vice president of sports medicine Bill Moreau is suing the organization. He says he was fired for exposing the mistreatment of athletes. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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Whistleblower Suit Filed Against U.S. Olympic And Paralympic Committee

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After Slow Start, Chiefs Pull Off Super Bowl Victory Over The 49ers

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Lakers' Emotional Return To Staples Center After Kobe Bryant's Death

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The view from onstage at the Battle Arena in Los Angeles. This is the 375-seat arena that holds regular season games for teams competing in the North American Esports league called the League Championship Series (LCS). The 10 teams in the LCS play League of Legends, Esports' most popular videogame. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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Esports Evangelists Want To Bring Gaming To A Broader Audience

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Esports Is Booming, But Its Reception Remains Divided

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Saturday Sports: Baseball Cheating Scandal

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Astros' GM, Team Manager Dismissed Over Sign-Stealing Scandal

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