Sports Illustrated, the nation’s top sports magazine, is taking aim at the worst sports teams in America.
The Sports Illustrated website, which has long been a destination for the sports fans, is starting a new feature called Worst Sports Teams in America, to feature stories on the most hated teams in the country.
In the first three months of the year, the site recorded more than 3.4 million unique visitors, up from 2.5 million in the same period last year.
“As the most popular sport in America for many of us, we are proud to celebrate the work of our peers across the sports world,” said Bill Simmons, president of ESPN and the ESPN+ network.
“In the midst of an epidemic of injuries, suspensions and suspensions, it is a testament to how passionate our fans are that we can look past the most toxic of sports.”
The sports news site is using the Sports Illustrated logo to promote the feature.
It will air the stories and feature stories from across the media landscape.
“It’s been our goal to create a place where fans can connect with the team and team members on a daily basis,” said Dan Schwerin, president and publisher of Sports Illustrated.
“The sportswriters who cover our teams are the most dedicated, dedicated, loyal people in sports.
It’s no coincidence that we’re seeing the highest numbers of fans in the sports community on a consistent basis.”
ESPN+ and ESPN will continue to host weekly discussions and feature articles on the worst teams in every state.
The sites’ sports pages will continue, but will include stories from sports journalists and analysts.
“We are proud that our readers have become the most informed about the sportswriter they follow,” said Scott Aukerman, senior vice president of digital at ESPN.
“Our goal is to create an informed community, and we have an incredible team of sports fans on the site who will help us get there.”