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  • 'Everything They Had' by David Halberstam

    'Everything They Had' by David Halberstam
    Everything They Had Sports Writing From David Halberstam David Halberstam Hyperion: 402 pp., $24.95 When David Halberstam was killed in a car crash near San Francisco last spring, he'd just finished what turned out to be his final book, "The Coldest...
  • Extremely Rare Ted Williams Baseball Card Stolen From NY Motel

    Extremely Rare Ted Williams Baseball Card Stolen From NY Motel
    Police are on the hunt for an extremely rare baseball card depicting legendary Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Williams, that was allegedly swiped from a Canadian collector's motel room in Farmington, New York, authorities said. According to state police, the...
  • The Great Outdoors

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || FEATURED BOOK Know Hunting: Truths, Lies & Myths, by Dr. David E. Samuel, Know Hunting Publications The sport of hunting is often misunderstood by those who do not participate. Know Hunting helps to explain huntings role...
  • Mixed martial arts, a sport once condemned for its brutality, is riding a wave of popularity and profit but still fighting for legitimacy

    Las Vegas -- THE audience has paid to see blood and will not be disappointed. When the arena plunges into darkness, they rise as one: an 8-year-old in a skullcap that says "Punishment," a tourist in a T-shirt that says "Legalized Brutality," a young...
  • The Great Outdoors with host Charlie Potter

    In 1960, WGN Radio Answered The Call of the wild as Dick Lashbrook hosted the station's first show covering the outdoors. The show was appropriately named the "Great Outdoors Show" and was an immediate success as it began supplying news concerning outdoor...
  • At least he didn't bury any of Ted Williams' body parts

     
    Here is the video of Monday night's report by Keith Olbermann regarding the latest bit of Red Sox memorabilia buried in the new Yankee Stadium. Here is my newspaper story on that topic. More later on Olbermann somehow relating......
  • Griffey's 600th homer prompts 'What if'?

     
    It's a little strange to say of a guy who just joined one of the most exclusive groups in baseball history, 'What if,' but that's exactly the case concerning Ken Griffey Jr., who hit his 600th career home run yesterday......
  • Jack Chesbro won 41 games in '04, still blew pennant

     
    Thursday night MLB Productions is unveiling a new show on ESPN called "Holiday Inn Presents: Unbreakable Records MLB 2008." The show is based on a recent poll of 150 major league players who were asked to select three baseball feats......
  • All-Star Game MVP: J.D. Drew

     
    The All-Star Game MVP is Boston's J.D. Drew. Drew gets a new 2009 Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. Drew went 2 for 4, including a two-run home run in the seventh to tie the game at 2-2. It's fitting that the MVP......
  • Bass Will Win "Dancing with the Stars"

     
    Well, here I go again. Making a wild - and possibly wildly inaccurate prediction - but I'm gonna do it anyway. That's just what I do, and if I'm wrong, don't blame me. Blame the voters. (Because I AM......
  • Curt Gowdy was very excited by Ted Williams' homer

     
    Speaking of Vin Scully (see post below) I was honored Wednesday night to attend the second annual induction ceremony for the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the New York Hilton. The class: Marvin Bader, Chet Forte, Curt Gowdy, Ted......