At 39-51, losers of four straight and sitting in last place in the American League East, the Boston Red Sox may be heading toward a fire sale of sorts.
Over his 16-year run, John Daly has openly battled alcohol and substance abuse addictions, but clearly those were not his only demons.
Fiction author Peter Markus reminds us that Mark Fidrych only needed one season to leave his singular mark on the game.
The golf greatness we knew as Tiger Woods is long gone, replaced by a mere mortal named Eldrick.
Fiction author Peter Markus on Pete Rose, and that which lies within a name.
The greatest idea ever was recently proposed on whitehouse.gov: Make Opening Day a National Holiday.
Here’s a list of things I would rather see than Tiger not win anything: The Los Angeles Lakers try to play basketball. Golf. Hot dogs. Oatmeal cooking on a campfire stove. A water fountain that doesn’t work. A frog doing the throat inflation thingy. Paper. An organ that plays itself. Shoes.
Horace Smith believes there should be a new test for the Winter Olympics. The locations should be cold enough to spur the desire to consume massive amounts of alcohol.
It goes without saying that we’d all be a lot better off had you just accepted your punishment the first time around, instead of continuing to deny, deny, deny, even as the evidence mounted up. Instead, you dragged us through your pity party, and rather than ask for forgiveness, you played the victim. Not very baseball-y of you, A-Rod.