• Catching Breaks

    By Sports Spectrum

    When A.J. Ellis goes to work, he finds himself exactly 60 feet, six inches from the best baseball player in the world today. For the past three seasons Ellis, has been the starting catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the consistent battery mate for Clayton Kershaw, reigning National League Most Valuable Player and winner of three of the last four Cy Young Awards for best pitcher in his league…

  • Summer 2015 print issue NOW AVAILABLE

    By Sports Spectrum

    Log in HERE to view Sports Spectrum’s Summer 2015 print issue before it arrives in your mailbox. To receive eight issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, subscribe HERE.

    This issue includes feature stories on Los Angeles Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis, newly signed N.Y. Jets quarterback Bryce Petty, and former MLB player Bernie Carbo. Also included is Sports Spectrum’s usual 13-week devotional book, the Training Table, and a special eight-page section with tons of video content from the 2015 K-LOVE Fan Awards

  • Airing It Out: Love Through Life

    By Brett Honeycutt

    When I was a child, my mom would take me and my brother to youth baseball and football practices at the nearby elementary school.

    She took care of us, joyfully, because we were her young children, but it was also laborious, because it required doing something else after a long day of work. I’m sure she would rather have rested, or done something different, but she knew we enjoyed it, and she liked things that we liked…

  • From the Archives — The Little Guard That Could

    By Sports Spectrum

    Reading the children’s classic The Little Engine That Could might be the easiest way to understand what Avery Johnson has gone through to make it in the NBA.

    Like the little blue engine from Watty Piper’s story, Johnson is an inspiration. Like the little blue engine, Johnson is much smaller than his counterparts. Like the little blue engine, Johnson has had to persevere. And like the little blue engine, Johnson’s goal is to climb a mountain.

    I think I can – I think I can – I think I can – I think I can.

    Click here to read the rest of our story on Avery Johnson from our November 1993 issue

  • Spring print issue NOW AVAILABLE for viewing

    By Sports Spectrum

    Sports Spectrum‘s winter print issue is now available for online viewing. Log in HERE to view the magazine before it arrives in your mailbox. To receive eight issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, subscribe HERE

  • SS releases Power to Win 2015 Trailer featuring Benjamin Watson

    By Sports Spectrum

  • Winter print issue NOW AVAILABLE for viewing

    By Sports Spectrum

    Sports Spectrum‘s winter print issue is now available for online viewing. Log in HERE to view the magazine before it arrives in your mailbox. To receive 12 issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, subscribe HERE.

  • Third issue of the fall NOW AVAILABLE

    By Sports Spectrum

    Sports Spectrum‘s third issue of the fall is now available for online viewing. Log in HERE to view the DigiMag. To receive 12 issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, subscribe HERE.

    This issue includes exclusive feature stories on Auburn University head football coach Gus Malzahn, Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Will Johnson and former Indianapolis Colts tight end Ben Utecht…

  • Second issue of the fall NOW AVAILABLE

    By Sports Spectrum

    Log in HERE to view the magazine before it arrives in your mailbox. To receive 12 issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, subscribe HERE.

  • From the Archives: To Stir A Movement

    By Jenna Sampson

    Nothing makes you more legit in Major League Baseball than winning a World Series. When the San Francisco Giants swept the Detroit Tigers to win the 2012 series, they capped the fourth game with a thrilling extra innings victory. Two seasons prior, the Giants clinched their first World Series title since 1954 by defeating the Texas Rangers.

    Reliever Jeremy Affeldt was part of the reason San Francisco’s bullpen had an outstanding performance…

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