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  1. Sports-packed Saturday featured everything but football

    Jeff MacGregor

    If it wasn't the best sports day in history it was certainly one of the busiest. From tennis to soccer to baseball to tracks to hockey to basketball to boxing, June 9 had everything but football.

    Story | Conversation | June 10, 2012
  2. Kurt Snibbe's Page 2 cartoon caption contest

    Kurt Snibbe

    Take a shot at writing a cartoon caption. Page 2 cartoonist Kurt Snibbe will offer up a blank cartoon each weekday morning, and he will fill in the blank with our favorite reader submission at the end of the business day. So please, by all means, sh...

    Blog | Conversation | February 09, 2012
  3. Games We're Watching -- The last American hero

    Sarah Spain

    Mardy Fish is the only American singles player left at Wimbledon and today he'll have to beat the best to stay alive. Men's quarterfinal action at the All England Club, World Cup matches and baseball make up the Games We're Watching.

    Story | Conversation | June 29, 2011
  4. Sunday, September 6

    Today's Preview Back to reality today with 12 matchups spread throughout the day. We have soccer, golf, tennis, baseball and some left over college football. In both World Cup Qualifying matchups, the teams with the draw have the odds and it se...

    Blog | Conversation | September 05, 2009
  5. Ump: MLB can set 'gold standard' in use of replay

    Major League Baseball, which has forgone replay over the years but has the potential to set the highest standard of the practice if it maximizes the technology, the sport's top umpire said Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | May 30, 2008
  6. Colts nominated for six ESPY awards; Lady Vols up for five honors...

    The Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts lead the way with six ESPY nominations this year.

    Story | Conversation | June 25, 2007
  7. NYC passes law to crack down on rowdy fans

    Overzealous sports fans could face up to $25,000 in fines under a law passed Wednesday by the New York City Council to crack down on rowdy spectators.

    Story | Conversation | November 16, 2005
  8. Study sheds light on why athletes behave badly

    Sharon Stoll knows why the sports page often reads like a police blotter -- filled with news of illegal drugs, rapes, beatings and other crimes committed by athletes.

    Story | Conversation | September 25, 2005
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    Story | Conversation | March 31, 2005