If Susan Westerfield wants to take a swing at the golfer who knocked a hole in her mouth, it's understandable -- even though it was just an accident.
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Mariano Rivera is arguably the best closer ever, but nothing in sports is clear-cut. The save itself is a bit controversial.
Northern Iowa? St. Mary's? Washington? Cornell? Did anyone have all four in their Sweet 16? A total of 4.78 million people entered the ESPN pool, and by last night there were no perfect brackets left.
So another American League Cy Young Award has been handed out, and again Yankee reliever Mariano Rivera comes up empty. He didn't get a single vote for first, second, or third.
Here's why we like sports. Everything is neatly categorized. You have distinct winners and losers and everyone knows where he or she stands.
Roger Federer and Dinara Safina are the #1 seeds for next week's U.S. Open. So I guess everybody doesn't know who the real # 1 is, Serena.
Lets get ready to rumble. Women's boxing will make its debut in the 2012 London Olympics.
Have you seen a 7-foot tall bronze statue of former basketball wacko Dennis Rodman?
Fight night at Fenway. A beanball war with Detroit leads to Boston's Kevin Youkilis charging the mound. Look for a nice suspension.
Without having Boston to beat up on, the Yankees had their 7 game winning streak snapped by Toronto.
Hottest athlete on earth. A Finnish man, Timo Kaukonen won the World Sauna Championships by sitting in 230 degree temps for 3 minutes, 46 seconds.
I went over 500 followers on twitter @LenBermanSports this weekend. Only 2,000,634 to catch Oprah.
Today marks the one year anniversary of the Top 5.
So if you had to choose a player who should be the highest-paid player in NFL history, who would you pick? If you had to choose the greatest quarterback in NFL history, who would he be?
Message to NFL players, "no more tweeting." Teams are telling their players to knock it off. The NFL, of course, is the most secretive of leagues.
"Breaking" news. Did Tiger Woods fart at the Buick Open? Somebody did when Tiger was on camera. The world heard it loud and clear.
Mixed signals coming from Patriot-land. The owner says they're not interested in Michael Vick, the coach indicates they're not ruling it out.
The New York Times says both Big Papi (or is it now big Popeye?) David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez both tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2003.
Plaxico Burress testifies before a grand jury about shooting himself in the leg. He then told reporters he was "truly remorseful."
Brett Favre says he's staying retired. Until he changes his mind.
Now there's an authority. Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens says Michael Vick should be reinstated immediately.
We found out yesterday that LeBron James smoked marijuana in high school, former major league pitcher Jim Parque used human growth hormone and Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is a virgin.
Can you imagine, it was Manny Ramirez bobblehead night in L.A. but Manny didn't start with a sore hand. Oh, he pinch hit a grand slam homer as the Dodgers won.
Loved the New York Times bit with "banner day." They used to have the event at Shea, but no more. So the Times invited readers to come up with cyberspace banners. A sampling: "Someone Madoff With the Mets' Season."
Paul McCartney finishes up his Citi Field gig tonight. I was there Saturday night and it would be much too easy to say it's the most noise Citi Field will hear all season, and certainly the most hits.
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