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Serial numbers, game photos may help verify Brady jerseys
How will authorities authenticate Brady's stolen jerseys? Customizations, game photos and serial numbers might be clues
Opera tells story of Negro Leagues baseball star Josh Gibson
An opera about Negro Leagues baseball star Josh Gibson, whose story was part of "Fences," has its world premiere in Pittsburgh in late April
Does baseball still dig the long ball?
Hey, remember the days when it actually used to be a big deal to be a home run hitter? Whatever happened to those days anyhow? Mike Napoli would love to know. Chris Carter would love to know. Mark Trumbo spent months wondering about that. And they had plenty of company, in one of the strangest
Victor Martinez: Worst. Baserunner. Ever?
I want you to watch Victor Martinez play baseball for about eight seconds, from the moment his Detroit Tigers teammate Justin Upton puts this ball in play to when Upton kicks his leg up after rounding first base: This might be the least exceptional baseball highlight of the 2016 season. Baseball
How are the Clippers combating bad-luck injuries? Science!
DOC RIVERS' OFFICE inside the Staples Center appears to be a temporary stand-in. It's as if he plopped down in the plucky intern's room while his corner suite with a mountain view undergoes a renovation. But this is not the intern's room, nor a walk-in closet; this 9-by-7 opening is, in fact, the
Casting my 2018 Hall of Fame ballot ... today
My 2018 Hall of Fame ballot won't arrive for another 10 months. Thank heaven. But just because we only finished sifting through the 2017 election about 30 seconds ago doesn't mean it's too early to plunge right into the 2018 debate. So I'm about to attempt the impossible. I'm going to try to figure
Can October glory put players over the Hall of Fame hump?
Let's start with one particular player's "season" stat line: That's a darned good season, right? If I give you the added information that this player was a leadoff hitter who played shortstop, you're looking at a surefire All-Star and perhaps even an MVP candidate. The player: Derek Jeter . But the
Steve Jobs Introduces Apple's 1st iPhone in 2007
In San Francisco the day much excitement over the newest entry into the phone wars the hot new kid on the block. The iPhone apple computer incorporated which today became simply apple incorporated. Unveiled the new devised that combines a phone with its wildly popular iPod music players. And
The year ahead: What will 2017 have in store for sports around the world?
What will happen in sports next year? No one knows. As 2016 showed, a year in sports can be as unpredictable as a presidential election. Leicester City won its first Premier League championship, just seven years after having been in English football's third tier.? LeBron James ?led the Cavaliers to
Longtime Turner broadcaster Craig Sager dead at age 65
Longtime Turner Sports broadcaster Craig Sager has died at the age of 65, the network confirmed in a statement. "Craig Sager was a beloved member of the Turner family for more than three decades and he has been a true inspiration to all of us," Turner president David Levy said in a statement.