In Page 2's tour of the most memorable sports years, Eric Neel recalls the greatest horse racing duel of all time: Affirmed versus Alydar in 1978.
Eric Neel compiled Page 2's spring training power rankings, and he "did it clean."
Barry Bonds got the usual treatment from Dodgers fans this week. But not really because of steroids suspicions, writes Page 2's Eric Neel.
Even if you're not a Yankees or Red Sox fan, their series this weekend is extremely compelling, writes Page 2's Eric Neel.
Besides rooting for your favorite baseball team, it's fun to have a second team on the side. Page 2's Eric Neel has fallen for both the D-Backs and the Brewers.
"King Felix" Hernandez struggled a season ago, but he looked like a different pitcher this spring, writes Page 2's Eric Neel.
Page 2's Eric Neel writes that March Madness has the ability to bring friends together across distance and time.
Seven teams are fighting for the NBA Western Conference's final two playoff spots, but Page 2's Eric Neel sees moral victory opportunities for each.
Page 2's Eric Neel is a Dodgers fan. And he just witnessed a game to remember forever.
If you're a baseball fan, you've got a favorite baseball card. The Page 2 staff couldn't resist taking a look back at their own favorites.
Page 2's ballpark tour pulls into Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium. Don't let the pre and postgame bar scene get you down, the stadium is tight.
Page 2's ballpark tour stops in Phoenix, where Bank One Ballpark is anything but hot.
Page 2's tour of the major-league ballparks stops off at Dodger Stadium, a building frozen in time.
Page 2's ballpark tour stops in Anaheim, where Edison Field houses great fans and a monkey.
Page 2's Ballpark Tour stops in Oakland, where Network Associates may be a dud but is still home to a stud.
Page 2's Ballpark Tour stops in Colorado, where Coors field leaves you with a Rocky Mountain high.