Come one, come all, you'll have a ball;
My 6-year-old daughter asks a lot of questions. From "Why does the moon change the tides?" to "How does the tooth fairy decide how much money to give?" She's curious. To paraphrase a Jimmy Buffett song, I know the answers to some of her questions; for many others, I'm looking for suggestions.
The countdown shortens! We're closing in on a week to go until the college football season finally kicks off. Time to get serious.
Every now and then, nice guys finish first.
As the baseball season takes an All-Star breather, we can get caught up on all the wild goings-on from the season's first half. With a little help from our friends at the Elias Sports Bureau, here's what you might have missed:
The first half of this baseball season delivered some pleasant surprises.
The Atlanta Braves' rollercoaster ride reached its halfway point over the weekend. If the first half is any indication, the ride isn't going to level off any time soon.
Ah, yes. Age 22. I remember that. Barely.
Johnnie B. Baker Jr.? He's one of my favorites.
"Nobody's gonna dictate our freedom. Stay strong!"
Let's give some credit to Adam Scott for playing some great golf and winning The Masters.
The NCAA Basketball Tournament has come a long way in the past 50 years.
I'll get straight to the point: put simply, the Masters Tournament is the greatest event in all of sport. No other competition in the world features such timeless traditions, high drama and majestic scenery as the Masters.
A most improbable Final Four convenes Saturday in Atlanta.
You can have the other 67 teams in this year's NCAA basketball tournament.
"When I got to the 10 tee box, I still believed I could win the tournament, no doubt about it. I still thought that Bubba…"
On July 27, 1993, Jordan Spieth was born.
"Is that Bubba?" one patron asks another.
He walks up the 17th fairway at Augusta National uncomfortably upright, his hands clutched to both ends of a 7-iron that stretches toward the sky behind his head. He rocks the club from one hip to the other, bending his back side-to-side as he grimaces.
The Masters tournament is right around the corner, and when Jim Nantz of CBS welcomes us to Augusta National with his signature "Hello, friends" opening remark, he'll undoubtedly refer to the Masters as "a tradition unlike any other."
Tune the piano.
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