Inspired by Butler, Page 2 visits the famed filming locations of "Hoosiers."
On the day the Baseball Hall of Fame announces its Class of 2010, Jim Caple has some suggestions for Cooperstown.
The media loves to take jabs at Alex Rodriguez, but Jim Caple does the unthinkable and offers his support.
It's time to kill baseball's winter meetings. They've outlived their purpose, and everyone hates them anyway.
Jim Caple always disliked Jeffrey Maier, the 12-year-old Yankee fan with the infamous interference play in 1996. But after meeting him, he found a great guy who loves baseball.
Baseball's an easy target for criticism about its drug testing, but can people lay off just a little? After all, what has the NFL done about HGH?
The impression Duke left on Jim Caple had him almost rooting for the Blue Devils – almost.
Jim Caple's back-to-school adventure hits Tobacco Road, where he wears a Duke jersey in a Chapel Hill bar.
In an excerpt from his new book, Jim Caple describes the differences between Yankee fans and Red Sox fans.
Page 2 lists the top 10 things overheard in the locker room at the Lingerie Bowl.
Even though Roger Clemens won his 300th game, Page 2's Jim Caple knows there is still one bond that can lift the spirit of Bostonians.
The baseball commissioner talks candidly about the game's woes with Page 2's Jim Caple.