Do you know what a "hold" in baseball actually means? Probably not, and that's only part of the problem.
In Page 2's tour of the most memorable sports years, Jim Caple revisits the controversial year of 1968.
Get any baseball presents this Christmas that you're going to return? Here's a list of the most unwanted gifts.
Pedro Martinez isn't going to the Mets for the money -- he's going because they granted him these special requests.
The problem isn't Roger Clemens spitting a sunflower seed, it's 10-year-olds traveling to play baseball.
Alex Rodriguez's poker problem becomes box office gold.
Jim Caple talks to Orel Hershiser about one of the lingering problems in sports -- team-made videos from the '80s.
Some say winning cures all clubhouse problems. Some say all is forgotten once you step between the lines. Is chemistry even important in baseball?
The A-Rod news conference won't be the last steroids presser we'll see. What questions should reporters ask next time?
Many of the big names can't race in this year's Tour de France, but Jim Caple is still stoked about it.
Jim Caple has one simple solution to solve all the Yankees' problems. And it's not trading A-Rod. It's trading the captain.
Jim Caple is completely fed up with all the ridiculous body armor major league players are wearing on the field.
Jim Caple fully intended to run with the bulls in Pamplona -- but there was one problem. Nevertheless, he came face to face with them in the ring.
Jim Caple says thank goodness Congress, the media and the public know that baseball is the only sport with a steroid problem.
Baseball's new, "tougher" steroid policy is basically window dressing -- and that's all that fans really want.
John Ashcroft, the U.S. Attorney General, believes the Cards still have a shot -- and he's on the case.