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Of Jackie Robinson And Baseball Barriers

What if the man who broke the color barrier had sucked? Read More »

Late-Inning Rallies Cause Bipolar Fans

When the Detroit Tigers keep coming back from large deficits, it takes its toll on the human psyche. Read More »

THF: Blackout Memories May Apply

Also, it's not so much a baseball "preview," but rather storylines we're looking forward to seeing this season, given the games MLB will let us see. Read More »

Santonio Traded, Race Card Remains In Deck

One CBS News writer thinks it's a black-white thing, when the answer is much more black-and-white than that. Read More »

Detroit Tigers Question Marks (Mostly) Answered

The rookies are limiting their mistakes. Willis, Bonderman, and Zumaya look healthy. Ordonez and Cabrera are pulverizing the ball. These are all comforting signs. Read More »

13-Run Innings Are Always Fun

It was not only a team record, but it tied the Houston Astros for their season total. Read More »

Mickelson Chokes Opportunity To Choke At Masters

With a chance to implode, Lefty instead won at Augusta. Man, what a letdown. Read More »

D’backs Begin Season Humping The Bell Curve

It's the best average start an average team could ask for. (Now if only they could do something about the BATTING average.) Read More »

Butler’s Near-Win And Respiratory Failure

From Matt Howard's clutch rebounding to Gordon Heyward's breath-holding jumpers, Duke-Butler's outcome is a small grievance when compared to healthy lungs. Read More »

NFL Ruins Baseball Momentum With McNabb Trade

The news of Donovan McNabb going to the Redskins game 60 seconds after Opening Night's first pitch. Read More »