GRAND RIVER, Ohio -- The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins played in the Hall of Fame Game Sunday night, of course, and those two teams used to represent something in the NFL. Well, they still represent something, though it tends to be something like confusion or underachieving or … well, everyone knows about the Cowboys' rise and fall. There’s no escaping the Dallas Cowboys.
It's hard to imagine that Alex Rodriguez was once considered a superhero and one of the greatest ballplayers of all time. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
Go through a list of the 10 highest-paid players in baseball, and you'll find a who's who of former stars -- and overpaid ones. But that's the baseball way.
Debating who belonged in or out of the Hall of Fame used to be one of baseball's great thrills. But in a negative era in which players' accomplishments are doubted, it's clear the fun is gone.
Magnificence needs some kind of context or else it can be impossible to recognize. Superman, for instance, isn’t anything special on his own planet -- everyone there has his powers. He needed a planet of earthbound weaklings without the ability to see through walls to become super.
Now that we know Ryan Braun lied about using PEDs, his past denials hurt those who truly are innocent.
On a day when Phil Mickelson rallied to win the British Open, Tiger Woods' lack of a signature comeback was particularly glaring, writes Joe Posnanski.
After years in the spotlight, Tiger Woods still holds his cards very close to his chest.
Posnanski: The starting lineups for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game don't contain a single definitive Hall of Famer, something that's emblematic of the shift of baseball's stars to a new generation.
Baseball is a sport that's lacking in stars right now, but Yasiel Puig has been a sensation since he debuted. So why would baseball leave him out of the All-Star Game?
Jimmie Johnson insists it's the exact opposite of fearlessness that has inspired his amazing success. He was always driven by fear: fear of failure, fear that he wouldn’t get a chance, fear of not winning the next championship.
The semifinal match between Sabine Lisicki and Agnieszka Radwanska wasn't the most hyped in the history of women's tennis, but it quickly became the stuff of legend.
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