Talk about shooting yourself in the leg…
Alex Rodriguez is benched for Game 5. Might he sit out the rest of the playoffs?
A Boston fan laments this sorry season — but learns from it
Jeremy Lin’s exodus from New York has secured Knicks owner James Dolan in the annals of the least popular sports-team owners. Here are a few other big, bad sportsmen.
The 19-year-old right-hander, a Baltimore Orioles farmhand, isn’t long for the minors
A Red Sox fan hopes he’s getting Bobby Valentine in his prime
If you wanted to see Barry Bonds do hard time for breaking Hank Aaron’s home run record in a seemingly fraudulent fashion, today’s not your day.
Is the National League Most Valuable Player also baseball’s biggest dunce? Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, who hit .332 last season with 33 home runs and 111 RBI, has tested positive for a banned substance, and is facing …
Baseball will now be lockout/strike-free from 1995 through 2016.
After 33 seasons as a big-league manager, and three World Series wins, the man who loves making pitching changes has given himself the hook.
(ARLINGTON, Texas) – The Texas Rangers, who shut out the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night, 4-0, to even the World Series at 2-2, should win it all this year. If they don’t, their fans will have every right to be irate.
This World Series is for the heartland.
When Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Jose Valverde whiffed Alex Rodriguez late Thursday night, ending Game 5 of the American League Division Series, the Yankees Stadium boos never seemed louder. And A-Rod never seemed smaller.