The NCAA tournament gives you little glimpses of "anything is possible," and then talent and pedigree throw cold water in your face.
Like Mayweather. Dislike Mayweather. But disagree with this boxer's basic stance on blood testing in sports? Obviously you have something to hide.
The more I read about Dr. Anthony Galea and his ties to professional athletes the less I believe that this story will end well for all those even tang...
The Missouri Senate wants to rename Mark McGwire Highway in St. Louis "Mark Twain Highway." It's presumed Twain wrote without the use of performance enhancing drugs.
Okay, I'm a native New Yorker. Yes, I think New York is the capital of the universe. No, I don't think we need to host the Super Bowl in 2014.
Canada beat the US for the gold in women's hockey 2-0. After the game, the Canadians returned to the ice drinking champagne and beer and smoking cigars. Some Olympic poobahs went "tsk tsk."
Jay Leno is in high favor with the half-term governor. Sarah, what's the difference between jokes about your daughter being impregnated by Alex Rodriguez and John Edwards? Do tell.
We are seeing more and more professional athletes seeking treatment of disabling hip pain, recently including the likes of Kurt Warner and Alex Rodriguez.
The biggest highlight of the offseason's rubber chicken circuit is undoubtedly the annual dinner held by the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.
The IMF has proposed a plan that might help Haiti build a new foundation for nation building. But if this plan is to succeed it will need to contain the global drug trade that dominates Haiti's economy.
Crushing news. The Daily News is reporting that Derek Jeter and Minka aren't engaged, and they won't be getting married November 5th. How can I face the rest of the day?
If baseball had any self-respect left, it would be too ashamed to let an admitted cheat like McGwire into their clubhouse, much less hire him as an adviser and role model for their players.
McGwire's admission will be characterized by some as a tragedy and by others as justice served. The far more difficult issue is whether the steroids really did help him reach the fences.
Here is the answer: let them in. And not just the steroid guys. Rose, Shoeless Joe, all of them. Put them all in the Hall of Fame. Except, not really. Here's what I propose: a Hall of Fame purgatory.
We tested 15 of the most public apologies of the year to see what makes for a good apology and a bad apology and what we can learn from our A-list of apologists.