Daily Roundup: March 29
Mar 29, 2017

Daily Roundup: March 29

Your quick hits for March 29: Still No Cheering in the Press Box: Tony Kornheiser. As baseball considers change, it should look to its past. The Sasquatch of the fastball: ‘White Lightning’ remains part of baseball mythology. NBA’s ‘rest’ issue is nothing new. Arts school is where the Wizards’ most colorful character can truly express [...]

Daily Roundup: March 28
Mar 28, 2017

Daily Roundup: March 28

Your quick hits for March 28: Barry Bonds, Pac-Man and the greatest baseball fun fact of all time. Norman Chad has a simple solution for NBA teams resting its stars. Playing through pain in the NFL. Sam Ponder talks to Richard Deitsch about her Sunday NFL Countdown gig, dealing with Internet and more. Inside the [...]

Daily Roundup: March 27
Mar 27, 2017

Daily Roundup: March 27

Your quick hits for March 27: Chuck Culpepper loves writing big-game, last-second outcome game stories on deadline. As an era comes to an end in Detroit, there’s stories to share. Is the Kris Bryant story too good to be true? No, but the Cubs will take it How one performance-enhancing sandwich has spread through the [...]

Daily Roundup: March 17
Mar 17, 2017

Daily Roundup: March 17

Your quick hits for March 17: How discrimination keeps Haitians out of the MLB. Brent Musburger used to make veiled gambling references. Now he’s dropped the veil. A look back at Jeremy Lin’s back-to-back ‘Sports Illustrated’ covers. Inside John Calipari’s media empire. He volunteered, and the Bulls’ Instagram blew up.  

Daily Roundup: March 16
Mar 16, 2017

Daily Roundup: March 16

Your quick hits for March 16: March gladness: A Northwestern fan celebrates the team’s first NCAA Bid. The untold story of how Russell Westbrook found his singular drive. As hockey becomes faster and more skilled, the role of the fighter is on the decline. Placekicker is one of the toughest positions for NFL scouts to [...]