Giants manager Bruce Bochy and pitcher Johnny Cueto joined a national debate when they suggested Cueto’s blister problems are related to MLB baseballs. You can add Jharel Cotton to the chorus.
That long line wasn’t fans queuing up to buy tickets for Game 4 of the NBA Finals. It was former NBA players lining up to say their old team(s) could beat the Warriors.
I identified players who missed playoff games in a year in which they finished 1,2 or 3 in MVP voting. It’s a rare occurrence, but Kawhi Leonard isn't the first.
I was at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, so I figured I'd snoop around some of the Warriors’ genealogical records. What I found may shock you.
The only reasonable option is to name the streets after the least popular men ever to play at Candlestick Park. You know, like this:
In the early 1990s I made several pilgrimages to Las Vegas to watch (and cover, sort of) NFL arm wrestling.
Eddie Johnson seems to think Draymond Green is overrated. Or at least he doesn’t buy the idea that Green is the secret behind the Warriors’ success.
Kyle Shanahan graced the media with the lowdown on his brush with sportswriter Art Spander, who accidentally wandered off with the coach's backpack.
Kyle Shanahan spent years shagging balls at practice alongside his dad, Mike. But the record of previous second-generation NFL coaches is dubious.
The 49ers’ options seem to have narrowed to a trio of coaching candidates: Kyle Shanahan, Josh McDaniels and Tom Cable. Yes, one of those names stands out like a broken jaw.