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Optometrists say that afternoon games can make hitting difficult for certain light-sensitive players.
Kids toting mitts. Dads with their daughters. A joyous crowd of liberals and libertarians.
The National Football League's political offshoot handed out campaign cash in its rookie election.
Breaking curveball an illusion, scientists say.
Rocket's perjury indictment raises broader questions about whether anyone cares about lies any more.
Gerald Ford is sworn in as the 38th president and Major League Baseball players go on strike.
The president should honor Musial while people are hungry for good news and a reminder of what American greatness can be.
Like the late George Steinbrenner, these sports minds helped revolutionize the business.
He was good for baseball, but not always.
People understand that politicians make mistakes. We get that President Obama can’t be perfect all the time. But frankly, we’ve seen all too much Selig-style governing coming out of Washington recently.