May 09, 2005 | RICHARD HOFFER
Everything from staircases to scissors gives the advantage to the dextral. So in a world designed with the right hand in mind, why is it that so many lefties are great athletes?
December 29, 2003 | Steve Rushin
Nearly 350 years ago Isaac Newton watched an apple fall to earth, giving birth (in a manner of speaking) to gravity, without which Nellie Fox might still be camping beneath an infield fly at the old Comiskey Park,...
January 13, 2003 | Frank Deford
After four memorable decades of college coaching, Lefty Driesell abruptly calls it quits
January 13, 2003
One year from today a lot will be missing from the world of sports
February 12, 2001 | Tim Crothers
Free and Not So EasyBecause foul free throw shooting can be costly, prescriptions for improvement are needed