The feet are the first thing that hit the ground and without balanced feet a player's mechanics can be affected.
I dreamed I saw Joe DiMaggio last night, alive as you and me.
Congratulations Dodgers fans, your long national nightmare is over. Frank McCourt has agreed to sell his personal piggy bank, make that the Los Angeles Dodgers.
All interested parties should agree that Selig needs to take his "nuclear option" off the table. Los Angeles fans have loyally supported the Dodgers for fifty years and we deserve better.
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."
As counterintuitive as it may seem, the power of not-doing possesses a purity and a truth that doing cannot rival. Giving is easy. Doing is easy. Movement is easy. What's difficult is stopping.
A video has been making the internet rounds showing tennis star Novak Djokovic dancing himself silly after a victory at the U.S. Open, but Djokovic's impromptu dance performance wasn't actually impromptu.
Entrepreneur and Dallas Maverick's owner Mark Cuban visited the What's Trending Live set on the tenth anniversary of HDNet, his television network, to look back on the company and talk about the choices he's made.
The LA City Council proclaimed August as Immigrant Pride Month, celebrating with diverse events including a commemoration at Dodger stadium with a Dodgers-Rockies game this Sunday, August 28th.
Celebrate local museums at Museums Matter Night at Dodger Stadium with a night of baseball, fireworks, and lots of museum love.
So, did struggling Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett secretly shoot his manager the bird when he was taken out of the game? The picture evidence looks incriminating.
Where was Selig's "civil rights" voice when a wave of racist and classist hysteria swept the LA media/establishment blaming the tragic opening day fan beating on young LA Latino "gangbangers"?
NFL players were all rejoicing that they could go back to work. One problem. Many of them got fired. OK, not fired, but cut. Teams all over the NFL will be getting rid of players to clear salary cap room.
The Dodgers have not won, or appeared in, a World Series for the last 22 seasons. Seven managers and three owners have tested the fans' loyalty, but we have remained true blue. Until now.
I do hope that SABR will be able to reach out to more average intelligent baseball fans, though, because these members-to-be truly don't know what they're missing.
The story that colorful wide receiver Terrell Owens may have blown out his knee taping a show for VH1 is just the latest in a long line of athletes who should have stayed in bed during the off season.