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article May 20, 2017

No Doubting Ortiz's Legacy In Boston

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Fifty years from now, David Ortiz's legacy will not be complicated. He'll be remembered as one of the greatest players of his generation and a larger-than-life figure, and whether he did or didn't fail a test for performance-enhancing drugs 14 years ago is no longer relevant. More»
GettyImages-632829952 article February 9, 2017

Gamblin' On? The Sports Bet Debate

It looks like we're headed toward nationwide legalizing gambling on sports in the United States, but any change is going to take a long time. And change won't happen without a reasonable discussion. It turns out that the conversation has already begun. More»
HoustonView1 article February 3, 2017

Super Bowled Over: All Hail Houston

The football game between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons on Sunday is about the least important part of the whole Super Bowl experience for those of us who call Houston home. This city comes alive for big events. More»
GettyImages-489585208 article October 31, 2016

The Legacy Of Jose Fernandez

Toxicology reports showed that Jose Fernandez had alcohol and cocaine in his system when he tragically died in a boating accident in September. But we should still remember the Miami Marlins phenom for the passion and joy he brought to all of us. More»
GettyImages-611469712 article September 30, 2016

Red Flag? Replay Still Needs Work

The whole point of implementing instant replay in Major League Baseball was to get the most important calls right. But that simply was not the case in the St. Louis Cardinals-Cincinnati Reds game on Thursday night. More»
DV-Trades article August 2, 2016

After Trades and Consequences

In the year since MLB's domestic violence policy was implemented, Manfred has suspended three players: Aroldis Chapman for 30 games, Jose Reyes for 51 and Hector Olivera. All three have now changed teams, with one DFA'd. More»

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