The Yankee clubhouse in the dog days of 2013: Hushed and reverent and absurd, the whole thing like a funeral in the business class lounge at Virgin Atlantic.
Nothing lasts forever in New York City. So, are we at the end of Derek Jeter's run?
It is a rare and happy thing to grow old and great in your craft. Thoughts on Martin Brodeur and Mariano Rivera.
Maybe it's just spring fever, but something strange is happening in sports. Andy Pettitte, Peyton Manning, Jason Kidd and other graybeards are defying the aging process.
Thoughts on the offseason decisions regarding Derek Jeter, a pro contract and the role numbers play in modern baseball decision-making and analysis.
The genius of baseball, the genius of the game and our capacity to distract ourselves, lies in what the game reveals. The game, as it always has, mirrors the age in which it is played.
Stephen Strasburg and Roger Clemens have both been knocked from their perches atop the mound.
One of baseball's charms has always been its timelessness. So how can the world's slowest game survive in a time that demands instantaneous analysis in 140 characters or less?
Think that perfect game might change the dynamic between Dallas Braden and Alex Rodriguez a little? Just wait 'til the next time the A's play the Yanks. Somebody better watch out.