The Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony is this Sunday. You know what that means, right? It's time to rehash the storylines on whether former MLB players who admittedly, or allegedly, used performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), should receive Hall consideration.
Len Bias is remembered for his athletic talent. He was a two-time all-American and the only Maryland basketball player to win the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year award twice. Bias scored 2,149 points for the Maryland Teripans (second most points in school history).
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig spoke to fans and the media in Minnesota today at the 14th Annual Town Hall Chat. He talked about the All-Star Game, Derek Jeter, instant replay, interleague play, expansion, the Wild Card format and Montreal's future.
The following is a transcript of this afternoon's Town Hall Meeting in Minneapolis:
One of my favorite things to do on social media, and we all do it, is watch others. It's the equivalent of eavesdropping on someone's conversation.
The annual Home Run Derby is for entertainment purposes only. But what's so exciting about watching a major league player hit moon shots against a batting practice fastball? Nothing. It's glorified BP -- with a lot of hype.
Now that it's official, Jason Kidd is in and Larry Drew is out in Milwaukee, the next phase of the story may be the most intriguing because there are still a lot of questions that deserve honest answers.
Jason Kidd is leaving the Brooklyn Nets to coach the Milwaukee Bucks. Since the rumors started late last week, rumors that suggested Kidd wanted out of Brooklyn, Twitter was bursting at the seams.