MLB has assembled a committee to address why African-American participation in the majors has fallen. What they'll find won't surprise anyone who has observed youth baseball.
From his vantage point, sitting in the stands for the Home Run Derby, Tim Keown says Barry Bonds blew a huge opportunity by skipping it.
If your butt was on the line and you had to pick one winner -- who would you want on the mound?
With the wild card here to stay, Tim Keown says the World Series (and the fall weather) isn't what it used to be.
Ozzie Guillen and Brett Myers are among baseball's hotheads. Both are on Tim Keown's short list for enrollment in sensitivity training.
Why isn't everyone psyched about the start of the NBA season? Because it's pretty pointless.
From the Cardinals Steve Kline to the absence ot the Longhorns it's been a great week for baseball.
Sure, the recent retro ballparks are nice and all -- but some are trying too hard.
February means it's officially the offseason, says Tim Keown. But there's still lots to talk about.
"The List" says baseball managers in the playoffs are the most scrutinized people in sports.
Page 2's Tim Keown explains why the NBA is the league of open-mindedness and opportunity, while MLB is the Neanderthal.