Clarence "Ace" Parker, the oldest member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has died. He was 101.
Parker died Wednesday, according to Bryan Johnson of B.W. Foster Funeral Home in Portsmouth.
A Portsmouth native, Parker played football, basketball and baseball at Duke, then was a first-round draft choice of the National Football League's Brooklyn Dodgers in 1937. Instead...
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November 06, 2013
During my time covering non-professional sports, I've seen some pretty lopsided scores but nothing more incredible than a middle basketball team in Kentucky beating an opponent, 100-2.
The victors of that game were Pikeville Independent Middle School against Kimper Elementary/ Middle School at the Pike County Preseason Tournament. While most might be say that Pikeville...
Arne Christensen interviews Bryan Johnson, the Johnson behind the Johnson Effect.
I came across your name and the articles you wrote discussing sabermetrics for the Globe and Mail when I went looking through a database for the earliest articles that I could find about sabermetrics. Obviously there were a lot of baseball columnists in the early 1980s, but do you know if anyone else...