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In an attempt to avoid dating myself, I'll just say that when I was Haley Smilow's age, I fell deeply in love with baseball and never looked back. So we decided to share her interview with Curtis Granderson for Youth Baseball Magazine with all of you. It's awesome.
The 10-year-old New York City...
Tiger Woods hasn't looked this good on the golf course in back-to-back weeks since he left Australia two years ago with his 82nd title and the indisputable No. 1 ranking.
OK, it's a small sample.
The Australian Open and the Presidents Cup marked only the sixth time since the end of 2009 that Woods has even competed in consecutive weeks.
He finished third in Sydney, two...
2011 MVP Winner..Justin Verlander Image via Wikipedia
Much to my dismay (click HERE to read why) , I obviously still extend my sincerest of CONGRATULATIONS to Detroit Tiger ace, and
recent CY Young receipt Justin Verlander for being named the 2011 Most-Valuable-Player.
There was no question that Verlander was the best pitcher across baseball this past season. Verlander finished the...
I still like Tiger Woods. He brings golf in the spotlight, and played some pretty good golf over the weekend at the Presidents Cup.
But his interviews are still very, very vanilla. Here he is on CNBC talking about, well, nothing really. Watch, because it's Tiger.
Is there any athlete who's had more of an up-and-down — lots of downs, very few ups — in the last few years than Tiger Woods? You know it all by now: hydrant, scandal, apology, injury, slow recovery.
But lately, there have been signs that maybe, just maybe, things might be turning around for the onetime dominator. Several good rounds in Australia, including the clinching...
After two years of injuries, lackluster play and damage control, Tiger Woods appears to be turning a professional corner.
Tiger Woods' game certainly seems to be on the uptick at the moment. In the past few weeks, Woods posted his best finish of the season -- third-place at the Australian Open -- and followed the strong showing up by clinching the deciding point for the U.S. at the Presidents Cup.
Yep, everything seems to be coming together nicely for Tiger Woods. Aside from the his play on the...
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The 2011 Presidents Cup came and went without much fanfare, mainly because the U.S. rules while the rest of the world drools. To be fair, that’s the rest of the world without Europe, because the motherland’s best golfers save their efforts for the Ryder Cup, at which the U.S. does the bulk of the sucking. But this weekend’s win improved the American team’s...
Looking happier than he has all year, Tiger Woods slipped into the gallery for high fives and back slaps while wearing a green cap that he borrowed from the "Fanatics," the famous cheer squad that shows up at Australia's biggest sporting events.