What's wrong with the sports world? Well, for starters, six-man umpire crews in the postseason.
It's October, and that means it's time for the annual unfounded dismantling of Alex Rodriguez's game.
Having the MLB All-Star Game determine home-field advantage in the World Series is quite simply the dumbest idea in sports history.
LeBron James and Rafael Nadal are both winners, but Tim Keown wonders if they speak the same language.
While most cries of disrespect are bogus, Tim Keown hears those from the Magic and Nuggets loud and clear.
Tim Keown wonders if the Lakers and Nuggets can keep their roles in check enough to get through the Western Conference finals.
Enough with the snarling and the taunting, Tim Keown says Kobe Bryant should let his game speak for itself.
If recent events provide any indication, the Lakers and Floyd Mayweather Jr. might be knocked from their lofty perches.
Tim Keown is a hard-core baseball traditionalist, but he has definitely warmed up to the innovation he saw at a high school game.
With the way this NFL season has gone, Tim Keown is ready for the officials to regrettably take center stage.
Tim Keown has a simple warning for all of us -- we can't handle a Red Sox-Dodgers series.
There are so many reasons to be excited about the NBA right now. And one giant reason to be disgusted, thanks to David Stern, Clay Bennett and company.
A failure of geography shouldn't keep the best 16 teams from making the NBA playoffs.
Monday's loss and Steinbrenner's edict has Tim Keown wondering who's running the Yankees (and who would want to)?
Let's face it, the NBA Finals are boring -- but Tim Keown has a three-step plan to bring them back to relevance.
Tim Keown can't quite understand why we get all sentimental when picking winners in the MLB postseason.