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NBA selling out its history

July 24, 2012 “And now, introducing the starting lineup for your Quicken Loan Cavaliers!” I don’t know about you but I can’t wait to hear that line coming from the PA announcer at the Q. more »»

Appreciating Corky, and AAA baseball

July 18, 2012 Corky Miller stood on first base, just a few feet from where he had been coaching about a half hour earlier. more »»

There is a difference between the rules of golf and the laws of golf

July 15, 2012 If you have seen the official rule book for the game of golf, it will give you pause. Page after page of obscure situations are covered. If you know all the rules of this wonderful game I’m impressed. more »»

Who’s the best?

July 13, 2012 Pop quiz time. Who is the best athlete of the 21st century? We’re 12 years into the new century now, so there’s a good sample size. more »»

Anticipation is making me wait

July 8, 2012 Baseball is about anticipation. When the Rays’ Carlos Pena came to the plate Thursday night against the Indians at Progressive Field, the Indians put on a shift. Everyone moved to their left. more »»

My initial reaction would be that it is still just a game

July 8, 2012 Do you remember Raymond J. Johnson, Jr.? The character appeared on a weekly variety show in the 1970s and had the same routine each show. He would say, “my name is Raymond J. Johnson J. more »»

Thanks Foxy — a fond farewell to the Fling founder

June 24, 2012 The torch has been passed. With a firm handshake, John Fox turned over the reins to Scott Hall. more »»

Can’t take Heat, but can’t love Thunder either

June 17, 2012 It’s fair to say that the most fun I’ve had watching anything National Basketball Association-related came not on the court, but in a commercia. more »»

Why we laugh, smile and scream watching the U.S. Open

June 17, 2012 If you are a true golf fan, you will be glued to the tube this afternoon watching the conclusion of the 2012 U.S. Open from the Olympic Club in San Francisco. more »»

Briefs/On the Diamond 6-17

June 17, 2012 GOLF: The Over 50 Golf Outing, featuring a four-person scramble format, is June 25 at Nature Trails in Bettsville. The 8:30 a.m. more »»

Expanding your sports vocabulary

June 9, 2012 School is out for the summer. It’s a time for vacation, for camping, for spending time with friends. It’s a time for ice cream, reruns on television and swimming pools. more »»

Hold off on the hype

June 5, 2012 Tiger Woods won The Memorial this weekend. It’s almost as if the sound of Tiger’s birdie putt on No. 18 hitting the hole was the cue for the ESPN Hype Machine to start up. more »»

Anticipation rising for the TU Olympic Academic Experience

May 29, 2012 Only two months remain until 21 students and scholars from across 13 states will board planes and trains for the transcontinental trip to London as part of the 2012 Tiffin University Olympic Academi... more »»

So just how good do you hit your bad golf shots?

May 27, 2012 I was on the road and tuned in the radio to listen to the Cleveland Indians take on the Detroit Tigers this past Thursda. more »»

Senior class helps bring Mohawk back

May 27, 2012 It seemed just like old times again. Mohawk and Convoy Crestview meeting in a regional softball game. more »»

E-This: Mohawk shows how to avoid offensive errors

May 24, 2012 FINDLAY — It’s one of the things someone says to you and it stops you in your train of thought because the statement was out of left field. more »»

Competing in a scratch league can be a fun adventure

May 13, 2012 What do you think of when you hear the term scratch league? If you assume that the league consists of golfers who shoot right around par on a regular basis, then you win the cigar. more »»

A tribute to my baseball therapist

May 13, 2012 My mother loves the Cleveland Indians. She’s not a fair-weather fan who just started paying attention when Jacobs Field was built. more »»

Here’s the proposal, now I’m waiting to hear from you

May 6, 2012 I suggested last week that I had a thought. It is scary when things pop into my head because I never know just what likely will enter that cavernous spac. more »»

The most superstitious event in sports: a no-hitter

May 6, 2012 In between innings of Columbian’s sectional semifinal game with Shelby, TC starting pitcher Nick Loura approached teammate Daniel Wood. “Do I have a no-hitter going?” Loura said he asked Woo. more »»



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