After reading a children's book on the ABCs of baseball, Page 2's Chris McKendry decided to write a truer version.
As part of Page 2's Heroes and Villains Week, Chris McKendry examines the quintessential villain: Tonya Harding.
Martha Burk may get Augusta National to change, writes Page 2's Chris McKendry, but mentioning soldiers who are dying in Iraq simply crosses the line.
After getting caught up on her soaps, Page 2's Chris McKendry learned that there's little difference between daytime drama and the world of sports.
Forget about picking a name, there's nothing more important than picking the teams your child will root for.
By removing the "ego" from Notre Dame, Page 2's Chris McKendry says Tyrone Willingham turned the Fighting Irish into a feel-good story.
Or is it a subhead?
After reading The Sports Guy's rules for women who want to watch sports with men, Chris McKendry explains she'd never watch sports with Bill Simmons.
While the critics dismiss Anna Kournikova's tennis skills, Page 2's Chris McKendry comes to the net in Anna's defense.
Page 2's Chris McKendry offers an appreciation of Pete Sampras, a man who has gained perspective while being surrounded by those who have none.
Why are men so obsessed with sports movies that they'll quote them endlessly? Chris McKendry tries to find the answer for women everywhere.
The City of Brotherly Love's likely to get worked up about the return of former Phillie Scott Rolen, but Page 2's Chris McKendry -- a Philadelphia native -- says Rolen isn't worth a boo.
Page 2's Chris McKendry is at the post in a battle with filly Spain to see whether a pregnant sports anchor can outdo a race horse that's in foal.
Page 2's Chris McKendry went to get a manicure and came away with some international understanding because of the World Cup.
Page 2's Chris McKendry, who served as announcer for the National Spelling Bee, found inspiration in two contestants.