The old-school stats point to a No. 3 hitter who isn't doing his job. The new-school view sees one of the game's best hitters. Welcome to baseball's culture war, writes Paul Daugherty.
When I was young, the majority opinion – at least among the kids at my school – was that the devil played the fiddle better than Johnny did in the song “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” Obviously, that would have messed up the general narrative of that song, but it was a good lesson in subjectivity. It’s all a matter of opinion. There isn’t a best ever. Not really. Not even in a song.But it leads
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama has accepted an invitation to be honorary chairman of this year's Presidents Cup, the second time he will fulfil the role at the biennial team competition, the PGA Tour said on Friday.
PARIS (AP) — Perhaps not surprisingly, the first three questions posed to Roger Federer at his pre-French Open news conference Friday concerned rival and nemesis Rafael Nadal.
At the morning skate prior to Friday's must-win Game 5 in Pittsburgh (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET) it appeared Ottawa coach Paul MacLean has plans to reunite the line of Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza and Milan Michalek, reports Tim Wharnsby.