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  • Boring: Major League Baseball's non-descript 2014

    More than six months after it began with a splash in Australia, baseball's 2014 regular-season grind comes to a close Sunday. Barring a spectacular October, it wasn't a particularly memorable year by any stretch of the imagination. Strikeouts...
  • Red Sox Show More Class Than Yankees

    I was fortunate enough to be at Fenway Park this past Sunday for Derek Jeter's final game. The presentation couldn't have been nicer or classier. I must comment on one marked difference between the management style at Fenway Park and both the old and...
  • Yes To Hartford Baseball Stadium Project

    Yes To Hartford Baseball Stadium Project
    There is considerable apprehension about the proposed Downtown North development in Hartford, and the concern is not misplaced. The baseball-oriented project is a big risk for an impoverished city with high taxes. Nonetheless, Hartford needs a big...
  • NHL chilly on Panthers playing outdoors

    NHL chilly on Panthers playing outdoors
    Imagine a hockey game outdoors in Los Angeles. The NHL did, and the warmest NHL regular-season game, played in Dodger Stadium last January, was a resounding success. But this week Commissioner Gary Bettman brushed off the notion of staging a similar...
  • Jeter: For The Love Of The Game

    Deerk Jeter’s retirement not only strikes the hearts of Yankee fans, but all baseball fans as well. His positive energy, dedication and apparent love for the game made him a role model for the entire sport of baseball. Jeter has impacted the...
  • Mike Moustakas, Royals making most of fresh start

    Mike Moustakas, Royals making most of fresh start
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — October provides a second chance for everyone fortunate enough to be on a playoff team. "You forget about your numbers," Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer said. "Once you get to the postseason, you can make a name for yourself...
  • If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?

    If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?
    Wrigley Field. Fenway Park. Yankee Stadium. These venerable sports stadiums were built and paid for by the professional teams that played in them during the early years of the 20th century. By the end of the century, however, billion-dollar franchises...
  • Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration

    Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration
    It's a wonderful world where one of the first things featured in a five-minute long video on the MLB playoffs is an Orioles vignette, isn't it? Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, of "Breaking Bad," tells the story of his one-man baseball show in...
  • Notre Dame reveals ACC schedule through 2025

      Notre Dame fans hoping for a rematch with Florida State will have to wait until Nov. 10, 2018 as the school announced future football dates through 2025 as part of its partnership with the ACC Tuesday. The arrangement between Notre Dame and the...
  • Royals extend postseason streak, push Orioles to brink in ALCS

    Royals extend postseason streak, push Orioles to brink in ALCS
    Orioles Manager Buck Showalter maintained he didn't want to sound like "Captain Obvious" when it came to stressing the importance of Tuesday's game to his players. Trailing the Royals, 2-0, in the American League Championship Series, it was obvious what...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Sudden Death'

    After 12 seasons, "Top Chef" heads to Boston, where I’m sure we will be constantly reminded about how old and important the city is and how rich it is with traditions. Oh yeah and the Red Sox. Don’t you dare forget about the Sox! #eyeroll We...