The questions for baseball get stickier with Bartolo Colon's surgery. Where on the continuum of available therapies does rehabilitation and recovery end and gaming the system begin?
Thirty-three months after a late-night crash in Florida, former Yankee Jim Leyritz will stand trial on DUI manslaughter charges. Courtside Seat doesn't like his chances. Also: Lingerie Football and Donald Fehr
Baseball union head Donald Fehr rejects the suggestion many players are under suspicion because 104 of them tested positive for drug use in 2003, including Alex Rodriguez.
Players' union leader Donald Fehr would consider approving blood testing for human growth hormone if there were a valid, efficient procedure for determining its use over an extended period.
Players' association head Donald Fehr thinks March is the best time for the 2009 World Baseball Classic.
New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner could pay as much as $87 million in revenue sharing and luxury taxes if certain baseball owners have their way.
Another day at the bargaining table produced only slight progress for baseball players and owners, who still appear headed toward the sport's ninth work stoppage since 1972.