Xavier player nails 80-foot jumper at halftime buzzer, but it doesn't count
LeBron James was cleared to play against the Wizards despite dealing with a scratched cornea, but wanted to wear tinted glasses to protect his eyes both from contact and light. The NBA then stepped in and said he couldn't do that. Unfortunately that robbed all of us from watching LeBron play basketball while looking like a NASCAR driver.
Aaron Hicks of the Yankees comes up just a bit short with his slide. Would Tommy Joseph of the Phillies realize it in time? With that in mind, it would appear Aaron Hicks of the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Tommy Joseph still have some work to do with a little more than one week until opening day.
The Alex Rodriguez redemption tour continues with more openness and honesty about his past mistakes. Since abruptly retiring from baseball last August, Alex Rodriguez has been honest and open about the mistakes he made that helped to detail his legendary career. According to the New York Daily News