Normally, if your highest-paid player is injured, there's a steady drumbeat. When's he coming back? Then there's A-Rod. He hasn't played in a month after knee surgery, and nobody seems to notice.
I was a bit puzzled when Derek Jeter agreed to be the focus of an HBO special surrounding his 3,000th hit. It aired last night. But as with everything he does, he pulled it off with ease, humility and class.
To no one's surprise, the long monotonous NFL lockout ended with no games being missed, and nobody losing any money.
Gabriel Aubry is being a bad dad. Well, we don't know that for a fact; all we know is that actress Halle Berry, with whom the model had a daughter, no...
Chinese tennis star Li Na is a red star on the rise. She has the tabloids eating out of her hands; she has sponsors running around in circles; most of all, she bucked a Communist system that desperately needs her.
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.
Ah, those irreconcilable differences just keep dogging Peter Frampton. The 6X platinum selling artist, whose album "Frampton Comes Alive" was the top selling album of 1976, filed papers on June 24, 2011 to divorce his wife of 15 years, Christina Elfers.
With great fanfare, we recently said goodbye to two female media icons, Oprah Winfrey and Meredith Vieira. As they retired from their current roles on television, I wondered if others admired their farewells as much as I did.
I thought the U.S. Open would be a "Tiger-free zone," and then Rory McIlroy happened. His performance was so dominating that all anybody could talk about was Tiger Woods. Can Rory be the new Tiger?
Hotshot minor leaguer Bryce Harper hit a long homer. Instead of hustling out of the batter's box, he stood and admired it. If that wasn't bad enough, as he neared home, he blew a kiss to the opposing pitcher.
We keep falling for it, don't we? As a spate of disillusioned facebook and twitter posts from the past 24 hours spells out, once again plenty of peop...
Can anyone tell me why so many famous and powerful men decide not only to take pictures of their private parts but to text, tweet and email them to people? How many men have to be caught before men actually learn from the guys who have gone before?
Shaquille O'Neal announced his retirement on Twitter. No tears. No fuss. Just a direct message to his fans. Next thing you know, sports commentators will be rendered obsolete.
"I've already heard from people at ESPN who've gotten their hands on excerpts or in one case the whole book, and they were pleased, because they said it was an honest account, warts and all."
Mets owner Fred Wilpon's honest comments about his players are making the sports pages. On David Wright: "A really good kid. A very good player. Not a superstar."
I'm probably the only one around who feels this way, but I'm getting pretty sick of people being busted for sexual indiscretions with another consenting adult and then being forced to bend themselves into pretzels to cover up the mistake.