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  • SNY draws healthy audience for Mets' home opener

     
    SNY announced Monday night's Citi Field opener averaged 4.65 percent of area homes and 434,500 viewers, making it the highest-rated and most-watched Mets home opener on a regional cable sports network. It helped that the opener was in prime time,......
  • Hooked on more than football

    Green Bay has its Packers, but whether the season ends today or in two weeks after the Super Bowl, fans will still have their fishing. The pastime "is a prominent part of the North Woods culture, as are beer, cheese and Green Bay Packers football,"...
  • A-Rod, get back on the 'roids

    A-Rod, get back on the 'roids
    If it is true that Alex Rodriguez stopped using steroids in 2003, before he came to New York, the Yankees have been swindled. A-Rod hasn't been trying his hardest to win and help his team. In A-Rod's defense, it could be argued that there is no...
  • Bonds-bashing: bad sport

    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...
  • Report Claims Sosa Tested Positive for Performance Enhancing Drugs in 2003

    (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...
  • Mark McGwire Comes Clean About Steroid Use

    Mark McGwire Comes Clean About Steroid Use
    NEW YORK -- Sobbing and sniffling, Mark McGwire finally answered the steroid question. Ending more than a decade of denials and evasion, McGwire admitted Monday what many had suspected for so long - that steroids and human growth hormone helped make...
  • Mark McGwire Admits Using Steroids When Breaking HR Record

    Mark McGwire Admits Using Steroids When Breaking HR Record
    Mark McGwire finally came clean, admitting he used steroids when he broke baseball's home run record in 1998. McGwire said in a statement sent to The Associated Press on Monday that he used steroids on and off for nearly a decade. "It's very emotional,...
  • More Vitamins, Not Always Better

    More Vitamins, Not Always Better
    These days, it's not difficult to consume 600 percent of your daily recommended value of B vitamins or 2,000 percent of the recommended amount of vitamin C - all before lunchtime. Many energy bars, juices and other products are crammed with sky-high...
  • Shields represents Broward in World Baseball Classic

    For Broward County's lone representative, Los Angeles Angels reliever Scot Shields, playing in the WBC had an even deeper meaning. Coming from a family that shares both a respect for the military and the country, and also a deep passion for baseball,...
  • Foods With Vitamins Could Prove Costly

    Foods With Vitamins Could Prove Costly
    These days, it's not difficult to consume 600% of your daily recommended value of B vitamins or 2,000% of the recommended amount of vitamin C - all before lunchtime. Many energy bars, juices and other products are crammed with sky-high levels of...
  • Menchville's Chrismon, Kecoughtan's Cave are friends, rivals

    Menchville's Chrismon, Kecoughtan's Cave are friends, rivals
    The last time Jake Cave stood in the batter's box against his old buddy Austin Chrismon? "We were at Old Dominion trying out for the Commonwealth (Games), and I took him to the warning track for a double," Cave said. "I like to brag about that. I'm 1-...
  • Clemens Charged With Lying To Feds in Steroid Case

    Clemens Charged With Lying To Feds in Steroid Case
    Federal authorities indicted pitcher Roger Clemens on charges of making false statements to Congress about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. The announcement, made Thursday, comes two years after the former New York Yankees star denied...