Gary is writer based in Akron, OH. His take on the long-suffering fans of Cleveland sports can be found at Wait 'Til Next Year, Again (nextyearagain.blogspot.com) or The Cleveland Fan (www.TheClevelandFan.com). Please feel free to send your questions, comments, concerns or criticisms to GDBenz@roadrunner.com.
The NFL and its union seem to be on a collision course, but not everything is as it seems.
There's far more to the battle between Arlen Specter and Roger Goodell then just spying. Again, follow the money.
Holding onto C.C. Sabathia for the rest of the season may be the Cleveland Indians' best bet.
They may be different sports, but the problems of the Cleveland's Cavaliers and Indians are similar, neither can hit.
What Barack Obama can really learn from Hillary Clinton's gas tax holiday proposal
If the hitting coach can't figure out why the Indians can't hit, he'll join Eddie Murray on the unemployment line.
Bob Costas used his HBO bully pulpit to again decry sports bloggers. Again, it didn't work.
Roger Clemens' fall has been so great, even drug dealers and ex-cons are more believable.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones trades for Pacman Jones and sells his soul in the process, assuming he had one.
With George W. Bush achieving the lowest approval ratings in history, John McCain is in trouble and he knows it.