Roy Halladay and the stakes of sport versus reality
Roy Halladay was a great pitcher. It sounds sort of banal to say, but it’s the number-one truth of his career.
Fell asleep during the World Series? Hard to blame you
Five hours and 17 minutes. That’s how long game five of the World Series took.
Which NFL coaches are on the hot seat, and who will replace them
The NFL season is now about halfway over. That usually means that we are entering the time when head coaches get fired mid-season, interim coaches will step in, and come January, the frenzy to interview successful assistant coaches will begin.
MLB playoff preview: In the postseason, pitching is pivotal
The MLB playoffs are starting, and the time has come to predict the winner.
Everybody Talks: Black opinions shouldn’t have to take a knee
The main takeaway from this weekend’s Twitter storm is that the president continues to manifest his apparent issues with people of color.
Norris and Scott pair business with basketball in book
Charles Norris, a long-time executive at Fortune 500 companies, and Byron Scott, a future member of the NBA Hall of Fame, make an odd pair, something that they’re keenly aware of.