According to the Sports and Fitness Industry and Aspen Institute, the “big four” American sports — baseball, basketball, football and soccer — all experienced declines in 2016.
Joey Erace knocks pitch after pitch into the netting of his $15,000 backyard batting cage, the pings from his metal bat filling the air in the south New Jersey cul-de-sac. His private hitting coach, w
The income disparity in youth athletics has effects on health and success that stretch far into adulthood.
Sports hit with declines include basketball, baseball, soccer, softball, and touch football, survey shows.