The questions for baseball get stickier with Bartolo Colon's surgery. Where on the continuum of available therapies does rehabilitation and recovery end and gaming the system begin?
The new biography about Alex Rodriguez will cost him any shot at being considered a person of substance, but that doesn't make him any different from a number of the game's other fallen heroes.
The spin and manipulation of the news that Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003 shouldn't obscure the facts in the information.
Roger Clemens has much riding on his "60 Minutes" interview with Mike Wallace, but history isn't on Clemens' side when it comes to denials of steroid usage, writes Howard Bryant.