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Baseball, family go together

August 3, 2014 This is a story about baseball, a mother’s never-ending love, a soldier’s search for healing after being wounded in Afghanistan, a VA Hospital social worker’s calling and a little boy by the name of... more »»

Slow time for sports talk radio

July 27, 2014 This week kicks off college football season in Big Ten country as administrators, coaches and players from across the conference converge on Chicago for the conference’s media days and related... more »»

World Cup left plenty of memories

July 20, 2014 By Brian Showalter The 2014 World Cup was the 11th that I’ve watched since 1974, and it was the best by far. more »»

Introducing the new Cleveland

July 20, 2014 Greetings from Cleveland, the birthplace of Superman. You knew that, right? Please say yes. Like so many here in this fine city, Superman was a complicated soul. more »»

Baseball fans num to steroid use

July 13, 2014 Barry Bonds is getting a second chance, hardly surprising because baseball is a game of second chances. more »»

Media go easy on USA soccer team

July 5, 2014 With the United States out of the World Cup after drawing record-setting TV viewership and generating all kinds of social media attention, maybe we can get back to some semblance of normalcy. more »»

Team chemistry can be engineered

June 29, 2014 These days the term “engineer” has changed meaning from “grimy guy driving the train” to a verb synonymous with create. more »»

A day to celebrate with your dad

June 15, 2014 Editor’s note: Retired Mirror sports editor Jim Lane wrote this column after his dad, Kermit Lane, passed away in 1987. It’s reprinted every Father’s Day. Today is Father’s Day. more »»

A day to celebrate with your dad

June 15, 2014 Editor’s note: Retired Mirror sports editor Jim Lane wrote this column after his dad, Kermit Lane, passed away in 1987. It’s reprinted every Father’s Day. Today is Father’s Day. more »»

BTN preparing regional strategies

June 8, 2014 When the Big Ten Conference added Maryland and Rutgers, part of the spin was that the conference was adding some eastern partners for Penn Stat. more »»

For ‘SportsCenter,’ more bells, whistles

May 25, 2014 During a busy and fairly high-profile sports weekend, with the Indy 500 getting the green flag and the NBA playoffs continuing, the place many sports fans call home for highlights will move. more »»

Sterling can't be saved from himself

May 18, 2014 Commissioner Adam Silver barely waited until Anderson Cooper had signed off when he issued an apology for the owner his predecessor should have run out of the NBA years ago. more »»

Farabaugh: Sterling lacked lesson from Twyman

May 4, 2014 I feel badly for Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. more »»

Pro football Hall went too far west

April 27, 2014 Pittsburgh, Latrobe were considered before Canton The success of this past weekend’s Blair County Sports Hall of Fame festivities prompted me to think about sports hall of fames in general. more »»

Steelers still a popular TV draw

April 27, 2014 Know this Steelers fans: Your team remains relevant. more »»

Can Bubba be more than local hero?

April 20, 2014 AUGUSTA, Ga. more »»

When, or if, will Woods end drought?

April 6, 2014 Maybe we were just focused on the wrong body part. Ever since Tiger Woods’ SUV veered off course at the end of his driveway in Florida nearly six years ago, the questions have been about his head. more »»

Only six holes in Bucs' TV schedule

March 30, 2014 After a cold and seemingly longer-than-usual winter, baseball season brings hope for fans and hope for warmer temperatures. Opening Day also brings a bit more interest in the Pittsburgh Pirates. more »»

Claysburg man once faced Kiner

March 23, 2014 Bob Gordon, 81, of Claysburg read my Mirror memoir about Ralph Kiner last month and had his own memory of actually pitching to Kiner. more »»

Spring a perfect time for youth

March 9, 2014 As we approach spring, the childhood memories start flowing, the trees blowing in the wind next to the roller rink, the smell of fresh grass on the baseball field and the layer of fog coming off the... more »»

 
 
 

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