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  1. The Stone Killer of the New York Yankees

    Lee Child

    If baseball were a novel and I had to write one of the characters, I'd have a field day with the Yankees' current roster alone. Alex Rodriguez could carry a book all by himself. He's physically magnificent and extravagantly, superhumanly talented - a...

    Blog | September 27, 2011
  2. About Last Night: Team USA against all odds

    Stacy Title

    The U.S. women played the game of their lives in the Women's World Cup, and Derek Jeter hit No. 3,000 out of the park. Here's what else you missed this weekend.

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2011
  3. Games We're Watching -- Quarterfinal quest for U.S.

    Patricia Lee

    The U.S. women seek a W at the WWC, Derek Jeter continues his run to 3,000 and the LPGA looks to crown a new major champ in the Games We're Watching this weekend.

    Story | Conversation | July 08, 2011
  4. About Last Night: It all boils down to Brazil (again)

    Stacy Title

    U.S. women lose to Sweden, and Derek Jeter is set to hit his 3,000th at home. Here's what else you missed last night.

    Story | Conversation | July 07, 2011
  5. Forbes says Tiger Woods still top sports celebrity on Celebrity 1...

    Tiger Woods has not finished a tournament atop the leaderboard in 18 months. Nonetheless, Forbes says the world's former No. 1 golfer remains the biggest celebrity in the sports world.

    Story | Conversation | May 18, 2011
  6. U.S. 2022 World Cup Bid Falls Short; Source: Yanks Open To Improv...

    AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus Russia, Qatar To Host World Cups The tiny desert nation of Qatar beat out the United States as the 2022 World Cup host, with FIFA brushing aside doubts about blistering heat to bring soccer's showcase event for the fir...

    Blog | December 02, 2010
  7. Elias Says ...

    Elias Sports Bureau, Inc.

    A daily glance inside the numbers from the world of sports.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2006