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Baseball’s Indisputable Truth – Hank Aaron’s Home Run Record Is the Real One

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Hank Aaron holds MLB’s all-time homer record; another guy named Barry Bonds has higher numbers but his achievement will be forever questioned with an asterisk. Read More »

A-Rod, Braun, Bonds and Company – Nothing But The Hall of Infamy Awaits Them

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A-Rod and all the stars who dared to take a syringe to their buttocks in name of performance cared little about the kids who love the game. They cared nothing about setting an example, about playing clean for the love of the game because they don’t love the game. Read More »

Major League Baseball’s Biogenesis Scandal – Out for Justice or Blood?

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We are once again faced with scandal and the notion that the great American game is not so pure and wonderful as we want it to be. Read More »

Alex Rodriguez’s PED Conspiracy Theory

The question is where is A-Rod now? My guess is that you would have an easier time finding Waldo. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Sadie Hawkins”

"Sadie Hawkins" is a weak point in Glee's season, but at least we get Zizes back! Read More »

Melky Cabrera: The Needle and the Damage Done

Melky Cabrera is the latest in a long line of baseball players who thought he could get around the rules. Read More »

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 »

TV Review: Curb Your Enthusiasm – “The Bi-Sexual”

Larry competes with Rosie O'Donnell for "The Bi-Sexual" in this week's episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Read More »

David Duerson: A Modern Day Spartacus

In February, NFL veteran David Duerson took his life but spared his brain for scientific research. Perhaps the results will shed light upon some of the causes that he struggled with. 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 »