|Baseball 101: The Myth of Even Pitchcounts |
For what seems an eternity, baseball announcers (among others) have declared pitch counts of 1-1 or 2-2 to be even. Such is nary the case.
|One Hit Wonders |
Molly Ringwold has finally read a script that is to her liking for a sequel to “Sixteen Candles”, and we can only hope that it once again brings her the widespread commercial appeal that “The Tulse Luper Suitcases” did …
Monday, June 06, 2005 - By Phil Meyers From the Magazine - June 2005
Cuban life has many celebrated traditions its people cherish, featuring prominently the nation’s love for food, music and dance. However, for all the black beans and rice, salsa tunes and tango steps their citizens partake, one pastime clearly trumps all: baseball.
Yogafied - 6/5/2005
Scott Podsednik is ... Fit to Steal - 6/4/2005
Lucky or Good? - 6/3/2005
Thomas Nearly Twice The Man
Saturday, June 11, 2005 - By Jim Margalus
Frank Thomas is still a couple years away from joining the 500 Home Run Club, but No. 442 will put him in a league of his own.
Sosa Who? Cubs have the MV-Lee - 6/5/2005 - By Jeff Bartl
The Trouble with Timo Perez - 6/1/2005 - By Jim Margalus
Surviving as the Walking Wounded - 5/31/2005 - By Phil Meyers
How Can We Miss You If You Won’t Go Away?
We’ve all heard about the latest sad chapter in Jerry Rice’s
hanging-on-by-his-fingernails NFL career. And all of us, with the exception of No. 19 on your Denver Broncos (psst…that’s Rice’s new number), had the exact same reaction: a Krameresque this is crazy, Jerry!
A Look Back at George Mikan - 6/3/2005 - By Jeff Bartl
In Light of D. Lee, Some Triple Crown History - 6/2/2005 - By Peter Bernstein
Checking In At The (Almost) Halfway Point - 6/1/2005 - By Susan M. Kelly
Requiem of A Wild Winter Sports Season
Tuesday, March 22, 2005 - By Alvin Washington Jr.
Hope springs eternal as the snow melts away from five freaky months.
IN MEMORIAM: Al Scott (1946-2005) - 3/4/2005 - By Alvin Washington Jr.
Williams' Hot 2nd Quarter Puts Young in CPL 2nd Round - 2/10/2005 - By Alvin Washington Jr.
Hammons Using Windy City Classic as State Springboard - 1/30/2005 - By Alvin Washington Jr.
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