It has been a long goddamn winter. (At least it has here on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, i.e. the center of the known universe.) If you and your people are anything like me and mine, all your conversations over the past few months have tended towards serious discussions of the end times—which, for the…
Former Yankees manager Joe Torre, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame last month and will have his number retired by the Yankees tomorrow night, sat down for an interview with The New York Times. During the conversation, Torre was not shy about revealing personal details about his past.
The second rounder on Carroll's decision to take Texas's Earl Thomas over him with Seattle's 14th pick: "I understand it's a business, but with it being a business, you have to be honest." Wait, isn't that bill still being debated?