| May 20, 2007
IT TAKES QUITE THE sportsman to inspire a call for a "smiting." But Barry Bonds, closing in on Henry Aaron's all-time home run record, might just be the first jock since the young Cassius Clay to inspire such biblical animus.
In her regular ESPN.com...
| Jan 13, 2008
Mavericks, a rock-studded, once-secret surf spot named after a dog, looked for all the world Saturday like the Super Bowl of big wave riding as thousands of people streamed to this fishing hamlet to see two dozen surfers challenge one of the world's...
| Apr 3, 2007
It's baseball season, finally, so you know what that meansa hard-fought, months-long competition to see who can win the title of Most Grandstanding Politician, ready to butt the federal government's nose into places it has no business sniffing.
| Dec 8, 2007
SAN FRANCISCO -- Unemployed home run king Barry Bonds pleaded not guilty to perjury and obstruction of justice charges Friday and almost immediately won a legal skirmish that could clear the way for him to play one more season of Major League Baseball....
| Dec 12, 2007
Commissioner Bud Selig ordered the investigation, and now he has the names, perhaps enough to fill three major league rosters.
Former Sen. George Mitchell's investigation into baseball's steroid era is complete, and the commissioner's office is reviewing...
| Dec 14, 2007
In a blow to the reputations of baseball legends, journeymen players, team owners and union representatives, an investigative report on drug use in the major leagues released Thursday by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell blasted America's pastime for its...
| Dec 15, 2009
Now we should care.
More than ever before
Forget about the immorality of Tiger Woods' multiple mistresses.
What's much more damaging is the potential illegality of his multiple majors.
Tiger Woods cheating on his wife is ultimately between him and...
| Jun 16, 2009
| 6:48 PM
(WGN-AM) - Sammy Sosa tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug in 2003, The New York Times reported Tuesday on its Web site, the latest in a string of baseball stars implicated in the sport's steroids scandal of the past decade.
The Times said...
| Jun 17, 2009
A New York Times report that Sammy Sosa tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003 reverberated through the White Sox and Cubs clubhouses before Tuesday's postponed opener of the City Series.
Cubs general manager Jim Hendry, who was Sosa's...
| Jun 17, 2009
| 9:04 AM
NEW YORK -- Sammy Sosa became the latest in a string of baseball stars implicated in the sport's steroids scandal of the past decade when The New York Times reported that he tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug in 2003.
The Times said Sosa is...
| Jul 2, 2009
| 11:09 PM
The scene in left field at Petco Park on Thursday was like something out of the Old Testament -- and Manny Ramirez wasn't even there.
The first bizarre episode of what could be an eventful weekend took place on the eve of the Dodgers' series opener at...
| Aug 19, 2008
| 10:49 AM
Ask Paul returns to answer your relevant questions about Lou's future, D-Ward's numbers, day games vs. night games, who decides which games are posted on the Wrigley Field scoreboard, and his favorite Lil' Wayne song:
Hey, Sully, what's your take on...