Though there are a couple of dozen well-known athletes named in yesterday's blockbuster Miami New Times story on Florida "anti-aging" doctor -- i.e. PED dealer -- Anthony Bosch and his now closed Coral Gables clinic, Biogenesis. The player that everyone is focusing on is, predictably, Alex Rodrigue ... More >>
Have things gotten so bad for Derek Jeter that we're now measuring his value by how much he's not Ramiro Peña? "On the eve of Derek Jeter's return to pursue DJ3K," writes Andy Marchand on ESPN.com, "Ramiro Peña offered a little dose of what the New York Yankees don't have when No. 2 is no ... More >>
We were wondering what the fallout might be from the New York Post's smarmy coverage of the Erin Andrews nude story. While Andrews' and ESPN's lawyers were quickly jumping on web sites that even linked to the footage allegedly filmed via a peephole, the Post was running fuzzy nude stills from the pu ... More >>
After his admission that he used performance enhancing drugs from 2001 to 2003, Alex Rodriguez received the support of the Yankees organization ("Although we are disappointed in the mistake he spoke to today, we realize that Alex -- like all of us -- is a human being not immune to fault"). Fans and ... More >>
Today, the tabloids devote the majority of page-one real estate to baseball. The Willie Randolph saga has finally migrated from the front of the sports section to the front page. The Mets lost to the Florida Marlins 7-3 yesterday, but the manager won the right to keep his job (for now, at least). T ... More >>
Alex Rodriguez is one of the greatest Yankees ever. And the whole world is on his back?
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