One of American Jews' great traditions -- not found in the Bible or any other sacred book -- is fretting over whether Jewish Major Leaguers will play in the World Series on the high holidays. This year, they won't have to worry.
Here the the All-Star centerfielder reflects on his poor performance in 2010 and the criticism he received for his play. He also discusses his $160 million contract extension and being denied the 2011 MVP award.
The Roger Clemens prosecution debacle has ceased to exist. It's as if the near five-year investigation, near two-year-old indictment, one mistrial for prosecutorial misconduct and near several months long trial never happened.
Sports is about putting all sorts of people in the spotlight. It's about proving that you don't need a fancy degree or rich father to catapult yourself to fame -- you just need talent and a good attitude.
Dino Laurenzi, Jr. isn't going away quietly. He's the test collector who handled Ryan Braun's urine sample. Even though Braun got off on a "chain of command" technicality, Laurenzi says he followed protocol.
I'm glad we'll be able to see Braun take the field on Opening Day, but I'm still not 100 percent satisfied. Nor should he be. A person's good name might be his only possession and Braun should want it cleared beyond a shadow of a doubt.