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The Drugged Fallacies of Bill James

Finally, we know what Bill James thinks of the steroids debate. Here's why he's wrong. Read More »

Griffey’s Return Worth Every Second of Waiting

After 10 years in a non-Mariners uniform, Griffey's return to Seattle is one of the greatest moments this sports fan's ever seen. Read More »

A-Rod’s Situation Anything But Expected

He was supposed to be clean and legitimate. Instead, he was a liar and a cheat, and the news couldn't be more shocking. Read More »

Rice’s Terrific Texas Bowl Tandem

With the Texas Bowl trophy, Rice won its first bowl game since 1954. Let's take a peek how it happened. Read More »

An Insult By Any Other Name Would Sound As Sweet

Shakespeare had it right -- insults, like words, are meaningless. But don't try telling that to Phil Mickelson or Elisha Cuthbert. Read More »

After Much Debate, the Title of “Greatest Sport” Goes To…

After centuries of heated debate, one sport has finally emerged as the greatest of all time. Read More »

Rife with Questions, the Mariners Look to the Future

With holes and questions galore, the 2009 Mariners squad could -- and should -- look drastically different than the team's 2008 campaign. Read More »

After Eight Years, The Blazers Are Back

The Blazers, long maligned and full of misdemeanor, have finally brought respectability back to the Rose City. Read More »

So, Who Wants On The Blazers Bandwagon?

Spots on the Blazers bandwagon are filling quickly - do you have what it takes to make it before it's too late? Read More »

The Trials, Tribulations, and Terrors of Watching the All Blacks

Through haka and horror, the New Zealand All Blacks have succeeded in keeping me terrified to turn the lights out. Read More »