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  • Teaching, even in the face of death

    Teaching, even in the face of death
    It began with a case of what is known as "drop foot." In early 2009, La CaƱada Flintridge resident Bonnie Hine found herself unable to flex her toes, and then her ankle, in the routine motions used during walking. Her balance suffered, and she found...
  • Spinal taps may be useful in predicting brain disorders

    Spinal taps may be useful in predicting brain disorders
    A brief needle-in-the-back test could someday tell you, if you were inclined to know, whether you're likely to suffer from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, and how bad the condition will be in your case. Researchers are using...
  • Teenaged girl fans Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig

     
    I really, really hate cheesy historical reenactments in documentaries. So that's one strike against "Jackie Mitchell: The Girl Who Struck Out Babe Ruth," replaying at 8:30 p.m. Sunday on MSG Plus. Other than that, though, it's worth a look at......
  • Lou Gehrig was a better actor than you would think

     
    Considering all we've read and heard about Lou Gehrig's personality over the decades, his acting in this 1938 Western really isn't half-bad. I'm wondering how Yankees executives felt about him engaging in a bar-room brawl, though. A quirky piece......
  • Jeter and Gehrig

     
    Hi all, I???m back from watching my alma mater, Notre Dame, beat Michigan, 35-17. Sorry to my colleague, Ken Davidoff, who went to Michigan, but I???m relieved to know I???m not a complete jinx, as the Irish had lost the......
  • Gameday Live 149: Rays at Yankees

     
    Stephen Haynes here to provide updates and shoot the breeze with ya. You know when a group can extract something more in the way of moral than anything tangible from an actual victory? When it???s a fourth-place team that has......
  • Mike Francesa responds to all the Russo coverage

     
    Yes, I heard Mike Francesa's monologue this afternoon regarding the "Mike and the Mad Dog" saga, and yes I plan to blog about it. Give me some time. Our blog system has been very shaky all day. One of Mike's......
  • LIVE Game 150 Yankees vs. White Sox

     
    Hello everybody and welcome to tonight's live blog. The Yankees start a three, no, four-game set against the Chicago White Sox tonight, who are coming off a series sweep of the Detroit Tigers. The Yankees will get a look at......
  • Torre up for Hall of Fame, Yankees lineup with Cano

     
    Thank you to those of you who have sent me your favorite Yankee Stadium memories. I appreciate it, and keep 'em coming! There's been a lot of interesting goings-on at the Stadium, considering their place in the standings. Derek Jeter......
  • Getting ready to move on

     
    It's kind of strange being at Yankee Stadium these days. They've taken the pictures off the walls in a lot of places, which is just a stark sign that the stadium is in its last days. Guys are packing up......
  • Gameday Live 151: White Sox at Yankees

     
    Evening ladies and gents. Rod Boone here to take you through the second game of this four-game set with the White Sox. Gavin Floyd (15-7, 3.77) opposes Andy Pettitte (13-13, 4.52) and we are minutes away from the first pitch.......