Here's why we like sports. Everything is neatly categorized. You have distinct winners and losers and everyone knows where he or she stands.
I believed that my son might be the one we'd been waiting for, the guy who would turn the Cubs' luck around. Then something incredible happened. In 2007, his first full season, the Cubs made the playoffs.
An interesting trend has emerged from the clouds of the recession, a silver lining for sports and music fans. It turns out that more fans are going to more events -- and doing so at lower prices.
Matsui is one of those rare superstars who recognize the unique role his astonishing talent has given him and the good he can do for others.
Hold on to your hats, folks, I'm getting ready to be brilliant. I have the answer to the health care debate. No, really! Last Saturday, the House n...
Sammy Sosa's skin looks lighter in recent photographs, and some are wondering if he's "going Michael Jackson on us?" A friend says he's merely going through a skin rejuvenation process.
Which comes first, the return of the NFL to Los Angeles or pro basketball to New York?
Last week ended with a grand and glorious finale - a ticker tape parade tribute to the NY Yankees and their dedicated fans, and for this caterer, a day to be swept up in the enthusiasm.
When you are eight years old and your team is in the World Series you are in heaven.
I am obsessed with always looking at why and how people lead. Small businesses and corporations alike might consider looking at the success of the Yankees.
The Yankees clearly have many, many great years ahead of them, and likely will for generations to come. But the game just doesn't feel the same anymore.
The temperature in New York is 48 degrees as I begin to write this, three hours before the start of the sixth game of the World Series at Yankee Stadi...
It is bad enough that every baseball player feels that he has to spit every ten seconds, but why do we have to see the face of the pitcher or the batter before every pitch as he is spitting?
Read the sports pages today and you'll find a whole lot of jealous Yankee haters moaning and whining about the Yankees' payroll. But business is the business of America.
Win or lose, once the playoffs are over, whether you're popping the bubbly or doing the thousand-yard stare in the opposing dugout, there's no more baseball.
Sources inside the Yankees revealed late last night that they will be holding a press conference to announce that they have acquired the rights to the Florida Marlins' 2003 World Series Championship.