As we tip our caps to the past year, we raise our glasses to a new one, and count down twelve top highlights of the 2012 Major League Baseball season.
NHL talks are going nowhere. The league suggests a two-week break in negotiations and accuses the players of having "zero interest" in making a deal.
Tigers, we are so close. If we just focus on these few things, I am sure we will win the pennant. And getting to the World Series is something that we need.
Do you remember where you were when it was announced that Prince Fielder signed with the Detroit Tigers? Me too.
With the addition of 38-year-old Rasheed Wallace, the average age of the Knicks is nearly 33, the oldest in NBA history.
The American League MVP race has taken an unexpected twist. Mike Trout had emerged as the runaway favorite for a while after Josh Hamilton fell into a slump, but now things aren't looking so certain.
It would be difficult to award MVP to someone other than the Triple Crown winner, but given Trout's success and the way he ignited the team there is still one scenario in which he may be chosen over Cabrera.
Not too long ago, the name "Cameron Maybin" meant big things. In his first season in the Minor Leagues for the Tigers, Maybin exhibited why scouts gushed about him.
As awful as it was seeing Raul Valdes give up a walk-off grand slam on Wednesday night, I think it's fair to say that most of baseball's attention was focused on Armando Galarraga and his near-perfect game.