It’s been a whirlwind 48 hours for Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Ryan Merritt. After Merritt shut down the Toronto Blue Jays, deliriously grateful Indians fans found the wedding registry that belongs to Merritt and his fianceé Sarah Brushaber.
Golf great Tiger Woods has a timeline for his return to the game. He sat down for a rare one-on-one interview with Charlie Rose on Rose’s PBS program as the charitable group he started with his father, the Tiger Woods Foundation, turns 20. Woods spoke about his struggle to come back after a series of injuries, the fallout from controversies he endured in 2009, and the one decision that remains his single biggest regret. Rose: When do you think you’ll come back? Woods: I’m hoping to come back in December. Rose: You believe you can do that? You’ll be ready? Something will happen between withdrawing from Safeway and competing there? Woods: More hard work. Rose: Here is what’s interesting about
Kevin Kaduk gives us another reason why its easy for NFL fans to come back year after year.