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Roger Clemens Perjury Trial: You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

Someone is lying and someone may be convicted, and the real truth may never be known, but a former Yankee could end up in prison. Read More »

Yankee Rivera’s Class Act Is a Teachable Moment

Rivera leaves a great impression with his work ethic, his demeanor, and his embodiment of sportsmanship. Read More »

Judge Declares a Mistrial in Clemens Perjury Case  – Rocket’s Red Glare?

Prosecutors mishandled the case. The judge chided them that the errors made wouldn't be committed by law students. Read More »

Another Subway Series – Mets Verses Yankees Not the Same Anymore

To put it in the words of my neighbor's ten-year old son: "It just ain't fun anymore." Read More »

Hell of Fame: Manny Ramirez “Retires” From Baseball

Ramirez's retirement will be seen as forced and the likelihood of his earning a berth in Cooperstown will be highly doubtful. Read More »

This Summer Brings Movies, the Rise of the Asterisk, and Steroids!

How superheroes have shaped our culture and how this summer shows its contradictions. Read More »

Barry Bonds Trial: You Can’t Handle the Truth!

This trial is more about Major League Baseball, specifically how baseball has turned a blind eye to the problem of performance enhancing drugs for years. Read More »

To Tell the Truth: The Tale of Roger Clemens

Sadly, something like this only reinforces the convictions of those who lie to push the truth even deeper into that despicable me. Read More »

Baseball’s Big White Liar

What the indictment of Roger Clemens says about us. Read More »

Red Sox Continue Battling Injuries And Division Rivals For Playoff Spots

The Boston Red Sox are limping into the All-Star break but are still in the thick of two playoff races. Read More »