Finally saw Wimbledon. Unfortunately, I couldn't hear anything because Richard Williams was sitting behind me, whining about the line calls.
Twins win third straight AL Central title And a giddy Carl Pohlad gave them 16 cases of champagne--at cost!
Ichiro Suzuki is a virtual lock to break George Sisler's 1920 major league record of 257 hits in a season. Of course, Sisler set the record in 154 games, which means the Maris family is busy bubble-wrapping the asterisk.
This is fascinating. According to scientists, if you were to lay all of Ichiro's hits end to end, it would short-hop the leftfield wall at Safeco.
The Giants have guaranteed Barry Bonds's contract through 2006. Although, whatever happens, this season will always be considered his walk year.
Shawn Green sat out Game 2 of the Dodgers-Giants series in observance of the Jewish high holy day Yom Kippur. On Friday night, he hit a key home run in L.A.'s opening win. Of course, that night, he was playing under the name Cole Needray.
Green got tremendous support for his gesture. Telegrams, e-mails and more than 500 Koufaxes.
NFL begins certifying manufacturers whose supplements contain no banned substances Now, you can tell a supplement is NFL-approved. Just look for the picture of Bill Romanowski with the red line through it.
And the child-proof cap by Reebok.
The Pittsburgh- Miami game was moved to Sunday night because of Hurricane Jeanne. Meterologists believe the mass of high pressure will continue until Ben Roethlisberger proves he can lead the Steelers' offense.