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"Cheat, cheat, never beat." Remember that catchy, foreboding maxim drilled into us as kids? It's comforting to believe cheaters never win and winners never cheat. Unfortunately, there's ample evidence that cheating is rampant in almost every sphere of...
From high school students to millionaire athletes, cheating has always been around. But 2012 saw a string of high-profile cases that brought cheating into the public eye and could even be making it more socially acceptable. Lance Armstrong's doping...
So, I guess 12.5 percent of the Hall of Fame voters actually believed Sammy Sosa’s cockamamie Flintstones vitamins story. But 87.5 percent believe he cheated, and the voters kept him out and will forever. The amazing thing about the way the...
Tags: Baseball, Sports, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, Voting
If the Cubs want to bridge the gulf between them and their career home-run leader, as Tom Ricketts hinted at the Cubs Convention over the weekend, Sammy Sosa says all they have to do is call. "I saw that the owner said he wanted to reach me, speak to me,...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Thomas Ricketts, Phil Rogers, Baseball, Sports
The Hartford CourantIn the 144-year narrative of our national pastime, five men have hit 60 home runs in one season. Henry Aaron never did it. Willie Mays never did it. One did it three times. As his reward, Sammy Sosa received 71 of 569 possible votes (12.5 percent) for...
Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire were recently blackballed from the Baseball Hall of Fame because they were the biggest juicers this side of Minute Maid. Ben Johnson and Marion Jones had Olympic gold medals stripped away for being massive drug cheats. A...
Rich “Goose” Gossage cut an intimidating figure on the mound with his sinister-looking Fu Manchu mustache and blazing fastball, and at 61, he can still fire a few high, hard ones, as he showed after Wednesday’s Hall of Fame vote, in...
Tags: Cycling, Jeff Bagwell, Baseball, Lance Armstrong, Cy Young Award
NEW YORK (AP) — Nobody was happier about the Hall of Fame shutout than the Hall of Famers themselves. Goose Gossage, Al Kaline, Dennis Eckersley and others are in no rush to open the door to Cooperstown for anyone linked to steroids. Barry...
The Tour de Fraud, Lance Armstrong version, continues. Tighten your helmet chinstraps and grab your handlebars. Armstrong apparently has 'fessed up. To Oprah. Please, just spare us. Was Dr. Phil booked? PHOTOS: Lance Armstrong through the...
Tags: Television, Celebrities, Phil McGraw, Cycling, Lance Armstrong
No living players will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, a decision that baseball great Pete Rose said is "kind of sad." In an interview with Fox News, Rose lamented the first shutout since 1996. "There's a lot of great players that were on...
History, it has been said, is written by the winners. But sometimes, writers write history, and I’m hoping those with Hall of Fame ballots do that today. When the names of the newest inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame are announced, I hope...
Just days after saying he has no intention of leaving, Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly was in Philadelphia interviewing for the Eagles head coaching job. Kelly met with the Eagles on Tuesday, and they have agreed to meet again this weekend, according to...
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