Remember David Einhorn, the rich Milwaukee native who was going to buy into the Mets? The deal fell apart. Now comes word that Einhorn has been fined $11.2 million by the British version of the SEC for insider trading.
Another night, another boxing controversy. Manny Pacquiao escaped with a narrow majority decision over Juan Manuel Marquez. Marquez stormed out of the ring.
I think the problem is that fear and greed and star addiction have in common is that they are all adrenaline driven.
What if the presumed sex difference in infidelity isn't as set-in-stone as we assume it is? What if power does predict unfaithfulness, but no more so for men than women?
What a come on. A carpet company in Dallas offered free flooring and counter tops if Josh Hamilton of Texas hit a grand slam homer.
Rules are rules. But what other sport has one strike and you're out? The world's greatest sprinter Usain Bolt was disqualified after a false start. The first big victim of the new rule.
This promises to be a fascinating U.S. Open starting Monday. Is anyone healthy? Will somebody come out of nowhere to make the finals?
Quick, who won last year's PGA Golf Championship? 14% more of you should know. Last year, when Martin Kaymer won, that's how much higher the ratings were than Sunday. So what's the reason?
The 2022 World Cup will be staged in Qatar. Big problem. It's a tad toasty in that part of the world in the summer. So word has leaked out that they could switch to three 30-minute periods to give the players a break.
What will it take for America to notice a young, Hispanic teen whose dream is to become the number one Formula 1 Racer? While most teens are trying to get their driver's license, J. Rios is about to revolutionize the racing scene.
Let's face it. Golf is not the same without Tiger. The young guns that have burst upon the scene have played admirably, but none of them have come close to showing the dominance or consistency that Tiger had when he was on his game.
Fascinating stuff with caddie Steve Williams. After getting dumped by Tiger Woods, he carried Adam Scott's bag, and Scott won yesterday's tournament. That's the short version.
The ballpark has become a menagerie. What with scoreboards making so much noise, and telling fans to get louder. So I have to applaud the Texas Rangers. They want to ban the wave.
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.