Dick Clark was a giant in our business. From his American Bandstand to Dick Clark Productions, he had his hand in decades of major TV productions.
Scott Brown certainly is an independent voice for Massachusetts -- because he's all alone in his support of moving the Sox from Fenway.
Bad blood. Terry Francona will skip the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park next week despite delivering two World Series titles as manager.
As a growing number of teams and leagues adopt clean energy measures, their fans, in turn, will hopefully do the same.
Twenty years ago in Detroit, I told fellow Tiger Stadium Fan Club member Tom Derry that I felt sad that I had never seen a game at Comiskey Park, longtime home of the Chicago White Sox, before they tore it down.
The feet are the first thing that hit the ground and without balanced feet a player's mechanics can be affected.
The Angels have joined the Albert Pujols sweepstakes along with the Cards and the Marlins. Are the Cubs involved too? At stake, arguably the current "best player in baseball," and the price tag will be 10 years.
When the fight was stopped in the 10th round everyone cheered for Cotto, as there were no Margarito fans in this party the TV was turned off and everyone went back to dancing with another reason to celebrate.
In the sixth episode of Sports Blitz Now Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun break down the start of the NBA season, namely the potential trade of Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo, along with the potential of Dwight Howard being dealt to the Nets.
Bobby Valentine will be the new Red Sox manager. That should inject an extra dose of fun into the Yankees/Red Sox wars.
Glenn Stout's Fenway 1912 offers up a stunningly rich buffet of pleasures for the baseball fan, centered around the construction and opening of Fenway Park almost a century ago and the wild season that followed.
This World Series has been a reminder that Babe Ruth was right -- not about eating and monogamy, but when he said this: "Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world."
If an NFL player wears his socks funny, he gets fined. But if a coach (Detroit's Jim Schwartz) acts like an idiot and challenges another (49ers' Jim Harbaugh) to a fight on television? The league takes a pass.
While the regular season is a marathon, in which statistics rule, the second is an eight-team sprint. To win, being best isn't enough. The winning team must also be hot and lucky.
I've never seen anything like it. Within minutes two teams completing epic collapses, while two other teams celebrate amazing comebacks. Funny how the focus is on the losers, not the winners.
What was a nightmare finish in Atlanta and Boston could be an unforgettable prelude for baseball's postseason. Just like that everybody is talking about the national pastime again. Anything seems possible.