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FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsDon't you hate that sinking feeling you get when you get to the airport and see "Delayed" beside your flight? Here at PBI and should have been in Houston by now. Covering Marlins at Rangers the next three days,......
On the Yankees beatWe are waiting for more information about Alex Rodriguez. The initial report, which comes via ESPN Deportes.com and quotes Rodriguez's brother, Joe Dunand, says that he will need surgery to remove the cyst on his right hip and will be......
WatchdogThe main element of my Friday newspaper column is a look at SNY's new Mets studio team of Bob Ojeda and Chris Carlin. You can read about that here if you are interested. Due to a technical glitch, the other......
The Swampby Mark Silva Vice President Joe Biden threw the opening pitch today for Major League Baseball's 2009 season, taking the mound at Camden Yards for the season opener between the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees. President Barack Obama was......
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsCatching up from a couple of days away: + As you no doubt know, items from old Yankee Stadium are now up for auction through July 24. The auction includes 1,500 distinct pieces, ranging from stadium signs to the dugout......
E-Boland and the BombersHappy Memorial Day everyone! Holiday matinee for the Yankees as they take to the road (also our new beat writer Erik Boland's first road trip with the team!) to face A-Rod's former team, the Texas Rangers. Today's game, the first......
The Swampby Mark Silva The 9 mm pistol that the late Saddam Hussein was carrying when American forces found him hiding in a "spider-hole'' in Iraq is among the many artifacts that curators are assembling for the new George W. Bush......
Tags: George W. Bush, Karl Rove, Education, Iraq, Local Elections
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsNegotiations and threats to leave Fort Lauderdale Stadium seemed to drag on for years. But on Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles made an abrupt exit. The Sarasota City and County Commissions approved agreements that made way for the team to move......
The Swampby Mike Memoli Knowing that President Obama is an avowed White Sox fan, it may not have been a coincidence that Major League Baseball scheduled a Washington visit for the South Siders on the interleague slate this year. Whether Obama......
Tags: Chicago White Sox, FIFA World Cup, G8, George W. Bush, Education
On the Mets beatGM Omar Minaya said this morning that the crisis involving Willie Randolph has passed -- for now, anyway. The controversial events of the past week nearly drowned the Mets manager, from his inflammatory comments to the The Record of Hackensack......
Tags: Government, George W. Bush, Sports, Omar Minaya, New York Mets
The Swampby Mike Memoli George Steinbrenner's legacy was built through baseball. But the owner of the New York Yankees, who died today at age 80, was no stranger to the world of politics. His first time in Major League Baseball's penalty......
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