Why Some Writers Won't Vote Derek Jeter To The Hall Of Fame

Sam Borden's got a column on SI.com today, idly wondering if Jeter will become the first player in history to be unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. It's a question that shouldn't matter because HOF voting is so flaky — Tom Seaver has the highest percentage of any electee — but it does, because it's… » 7/22/11 2:40pm 7/22/11 2:40pm

The Chris Sheridan-Peter Vecsey Blood Feud Enters Court, Hilariously

Journalism fight! Journalism fight! Let's all throw spicy language and felt-tip pens at one another! Yesterday, ESPN's Chris Sheridan sued the New York Post's Peter Vecsey and his employer for libel in NY State Supreme Court. The bone of contention was a "scandalous diatribe" (to quote the complaint) that the… » 6/16/11 1:15pm 6/16/11 1:15pm

Randy Moss Tells Jets That Patriots Are 'Still The Team To Beat.' That…

If there's one thing that Matt Cassel wishes for his starting debut with the Patriots on Sunday, it's that a prominent teammate talk some smack to the opposing team, which already has a contract out on him to begin with. Oh, and a very painful cold sore; that would be good. Randy Moss just couldn't help popping off to… » 9/11/08 2:00pm 9/11/08 2:00pm

Yankee Stadium:Ground Zero For All Things Pope-Y

As many of you know, Pope Benedict the Magnificent XI was in New York on Sunday to celebrate mass at Yankee Stadium with 57,000 Bronx old ladies carrying plastic rosary beads. It went well, as all who attended were happy and blessed and there were no assasination attempts or extremely violent protests sparked by… » 4/21/08 7:05pm 4/21/08 7:05pm