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Guest Columns

Baseball providing timely release

By Jim Caltagirone For the Mirror Americans are well aware that the cost of everything continues to rise. Depending on the source, the factors that are cited for runaway inflation vary. The specific reason why all but three MLB teams enjoyed an increase in average attendance through the ...

Pac-12 going the way of the former SWC

By Paul Newberry The Associated Press Kyle Kallander has a unique perspective on the latest round of chaos in college athletics. As the final commissioner of the late, great Southwest Conference, he knows nothing is sacred. Certainly not these days, when everyone is chasing the almighty ...

Steelers’ best bet must be Trubisky

By Bill Contz For the Mirror With July here, spirited debate will soon rage as to when Kenneth Shane Pickett should be formally installed as the heir to Ben Roethlisberger’s throne. With veteran Mitch Trubisky in the same locker room, I contend that this debate would be a tad ...

Age may be catching up with Nadal

By Howard Fendrich The Associated Press WIMBLEDON, England — It was impossible not to think ahead, to what awaits Rafael Nadal, while watching him sigh as he discussed how “very sad” he was about pulling out of the Wimbledon semifinals because of a torn abdominal muscle. It was ...

Building II hits milestone in a big way

By Tom Fox For the Mirror They are the players that do the dirty work, the ones in the trenches. Much like offensive linemen in football, they do the things that don’t always show up in the box score and are no less important because of it. it’s rebounding, setting screens, diving ...

Koepka honest about LIV Golf and money

By Doug Ferguson The Associated Press Brooks Koepka likes to boast about his honesty. He takes as much pride in being bold and blunt as he does in his remarkable record in the major championships. He does not shy from criticism if he feels it is warranted. Koepka once accused Patrick Reed ...