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: College Basketball, Baseball Begins, NFL Pass Interference Rule

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A pitch clock behind home plate at Scottsdale Stadium in Arizona, spring training home of the San Francisco Giants. As part of Major League Baseball's efforts to increase the game's pace of play, pitch clocks were used on an experimental basis at some spring training games. But the experiment ended in mid-March. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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America's Favorite Pastime Is Back — And Some Wish It Would Just Hurry Up!

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How Portland Is Dealing With Civil Protest Escalating To Civil Unrest

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Deadline Draws Near To Complete NCAA Basketball Brackets

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Saturday Sports: Colin Kaepernick And Kareem Hunt

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Colin Kaepernick Reaches Agreement With NFL

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How Former NFL Quarterback Tony Romo Got His Broadcast Break

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New England Patriots Face The LA Rams In Sunday's Super Bowl

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Raging NFL Controversy Over A Blown Referee Call Turns Political

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Rams-Saints, Patriots-Chiefs Will Set Super Bowl LIII

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Bernice "Bunny" Sandler battled discrimination on the basis of sex, helping create Title IX legislation to give women and girls more opportunities in education and athletics. J.M. Eddins Jr./MCT via Getty Images hide caption

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Bernice Sandler, 'Godmother' Of Title IX, Dies At 90

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