The Cardinals would be making a huge mistake if they allow Game 4 to be Albert Pujols' final game at Busch Stadium as a Cardinal.
Want to know why we aren't celebrating the career year Jose Bautista is having in Toronto? Here's why: Barry Bonds. Mark McGwire. Sammy Sosa. Alex Rodriguez. And Roger Clemens.
Tiger Woods owes us sincere, non-spin-control answers that come from the heart, not from the legal pad of Ari Fleischer. He owes us something as basic as the truth.
Like a good whodunit, Tiger Woods has us turning the pages of the PGA Tour schedule for clues about his return to golf. And that isn't a bad thing if it means he's taking care of himself.
What? Baseball, being hypocritical? We're shocked! But there is no denying the double standard in the game's treatment of Mark McGwire and Pete Rose.
Mark McGwire finally told the truth about steroids, so perhaps now some more of the big names suspected of using PEDs will follow his lead and at long last come forward, too.
The past three weeks have blown away everything we thought we knew about Tiger Woods, the person. Which leaves this question: Which sports heroes are really worthy of our worship?
Marine Tony Wojo's Thanksgiving letter, written in 2006 when he couldn't come home for the holiday, resonates seven months after his death in Iraq.
He can't run and he can't hide anymore now that he's a hitting coach. It's time for Mark McGwire to salute his present by speaking out about his past.
Forget Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and other suspected steroids users. You know who really belongs in the Hall of Fame? The San Diego Chicken.
Mark McGwire left a lot unsaid when he left baseball. If he wants back in, he needs to speak up.
Painful as it is to say it, it's true: Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds are legitimate All-Stars.
Try picking between the 10 finalists for the Orange Bowl's Courage Award. Go ahead. They're all winners, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Mark McGwire comes up for Hall of Fame consideration next year. Sammy Sosa a few years hence. Gene Wojciechowski wouldn't vote for either of 'em.
Martin Grammatica wanted the ball from his 65-yard field goal, but the NCAA says not yet.