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  • Ha llegado el momento de perdonar a Pete Rose (Vídeo en Cooperstown)

    Ha llegado el momento de perdonar a Pete Rose (Vídeo en Cooperstown)
    Si me dieran la oportunidad de ver jugar a un solo pelotero en vivo, elegiría sin dudarlo al impetuoso Pete Rose, icono de la pelota parida por el diablo y creador de un estilo de juego volcánico, arrollador. Una bola de cañón, irreverente. Un genio del...
  • Take a literary trip in Micanopy

    Take a literary trip in Micanopy
    A bookstore is always a welcome stop on a weekend road trip. Yeah, Amazon is efficient, but online browsing is woefully lacking in aesthetic pleasures compared with the experience at O. Brisky Books, a fixture in the cozy business district of Micanopy....
  • Lefty O'Doul's is the best baseball bar in San Francisco

    Lefty O'Doul's is the best baseball bar in San Francisco
    SAN FRANCISCO - When it comes to picking a spot to watch the World Series, San Francisco has bigger sports bars and louder sports bars. Sports bars with more wide-screen, high-definition TVs and with more recent memorabilia with signatures from Giants...
  • Q&A: Chicago-native 'Mr. Sophistication' star Harry Lennix

    Q&A: Chicago-native 'Mr. Sophistication' star Harry Lennix
    In the excellent new drama “Mr. Sophistication,” veteran comedian/actor Ron Waters (Chicago-native Harry Lennix) is tempted by the notion that fame means he exists on a different level in society. “I think any honest celebrity would see...
  • Bidding farewell to Ed Reed, the most interesting, entertaining athlete in Baltimore

    Bidding farewell to Ed Reed, the most interesting, entertaining athlete in Baltimore
    Sportswriters inevitably get the question: How do you cover teams you once loved as a fan? The standard answer is that you stop rooting for the jersey and start rooting for the best story. That’s true to a point but incomplete. It’s near...
  • Carnett: Growing up in an international world

    My 13-year-old grandson, Ethan, is quite a soccer player, if I do say so myself. He's played club-level soccer for the last several years in his North Carolina community, and he's a star on his middle school's varsity soccer squad. Whenever we travel...
  • Defensive triple crown fuels Virginia's rout of N.C. State

    Defensive triple crown fuels Virginia's rout of N.C. State
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Football teams on a six-game bender have been known to check out. Start plotting for the offseason, NFL draft and/or holidays. Subsequent half-baked efforts are most evident on defense. An assignment lapse here and delayed step...
  • Derek Jeter passes Eddie Murray for 11th on all-time hit list

    Derek Jeter passes Eddie Murray for 11th on all-time hit list
    Derek Jeter continues to move up the all-time hits list, and for the second time this season he passed an Orioles great Tuesday night. Jeter's leadoff home run against the White Sox's Francisco Liriano in Chicago was the Yankee shortstop's 3,256th career...
  • Derek Jeter Is Still Playing The Game The Right Way

    Derek Jeter Is Still Playing The Game The Right Way
    Once upon a time in baseball, it was easy to enjoy greatness. Today, in the shadow of performance-enhancing drugs (known as PEDs), enjoying the players who stack up awe-inspiring numbers just ain't easy. Players, rightly or wrongly, are under the...
  • Book review: 'The Last Boy' by Jane Leavy

    Book review: 'The Last Boy' by Jane Leavy
    The Last Boy Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood Jane Leavy Harper: 456 pp., $27.99 As a young girl growing up in the Bronx, Jane Leavy was enthralled not only by Mickey Mantle's amazing ability — at his best, he was as great as any...
  • LeRoy Neiman dies at 91; artist depicted sports in bold strokes

    LeRoy Neiman, a wildly successful American artist who was famous for his colorful portraits of athletes in motion and who became an artistic fixture at such major sporting events as the Olympics and the Super Bowl, has died. He was 91. Neiman, who was...