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  • Is the NFL on course to remain America's most popular sport?

    Yes The problems troubling the National Football League are not unique to football alone. Litigation, scandal, gross misconduct — name a professional sport that hasn't had bad headlines within the last few years. The bounty case and...
  • Lack of fun, not boos for Cano, ruined Home Run Derby

    Lack of fun, not boos for Cano, ruined Home Run Derby
    The thing that bothered me about the Kansas City fans' treatment of Robinson Cano at the Home Run Derby wasn't the boos. I thought it was, until I realized that if I were a Kansas City fan, I would've booed too. I think the thing that really bothered me...
  • Thome remains mum on his chances of catching Griffey Jr. on home run list

    Thome remains mum on his chances of catching Griffey Jr. on home run list
    CLEVELAND — Orioles designated hitter Jim Thome hasn't decided how much longer he wants to play, but he has a legitimate chance to catch an old teammate and friend on one of the most noteworthy lists in baseball history if he sticks around a little....
  • Manuel hopes Pierre's work ethic pays dividends

    PHILADELPHIA — The blistering sun is beating down on the field at Citizens Bank Park. Most players are sheltered from the stinging rays and high humidity in the more friendly confines of the clubhouse. Yet one face, the same one that emerges nearly...
  • Clemens is no baseball hero

    Roger Clemens is a selfish, self-serving liar ("'Trapped' in a pack of lies," April 24). How can it be justified that, in the latter years his career, he suddenly had an incredible amount of success? Blind luck? A relentless training regimen, perhaps?...
  • Ritter's Careful, Legal, Lucrative Career

    I would like to begin by saying at no point did Thomas Ritter do anything illegal. Ritter has been working as a private attorney for the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority. It is illegal for him to be a paid lobbyist for them, so any lobbying he...
  • Your Morning Phil: WBC, Appel, Torre

    Your Morning Phil: WBC, Appel, Torre
    MIAMI – Talking baseball while wondering how badly Tiger Woods blows away the field at Augusta: 1. Nothing against tulips, wooden shoes and Bert Blyleven, but I wish Monday’s 7-6 game in Tokyo had gone the other way. While it’s cool...
  • Popes and home runs

    Popes and home runs
    Baltimore is a rather Catholic town; if you ever lived here you know that. I was born and raised an Irish Catholic in Baltimore; if you frequent this blog you may have known that. Baseball is the ultimate sport for bizarre connections to history. No...
  • LeBron proper mix of fun, professionalism

    LeBron proper mix of fun,  professionalism
    Over the past several days, a brush fire has raged across the sports shows as everyone struggles for new conversation points about LeBron James' amazing, perhaps historic, regular season. This new debate centers on why LeBron, ahem, dunks so much in pre-...
  • Steinberg: The lying needs to stop

    There was a time, not so long ago, when members of the athletic community were viewed as pillars of honesty and integrity. The public gave them trust ratings much higher than those of elected representatives (not surprising) and even physicians. Those...
  • Spring training: NL West preview

     Spring training: NL West preview
    Will we ever see the Giants coming? The team Brian Sabean and Bruce Bochy put together since saying goodbye to Barry Bonds is the only National League team to win the World Series twice within three seasons since the Big Red Machine, yet the Giants...