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Practically everyone knows presidential hopeful Fred Thompson has played District Attorney Arthur Branch on "Law & Order" since 2002. But did you know that Rudy Giuliani's second wife, Donna Hanover, appeared on the show as Judge Deborah Burke seven...
Tags: Television, Dick Wolf , Celebrities, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws
Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says he's retiring from baseball. The 42-year-old right-hander who won World Series championships with Arizona and Boston announced on his blog Monday that he's leaving after 23 years with "zero regrets." Schilling missed...
Tags: All Stars, Boston Red Sox, Baseball, World Series, Sports
Let's start off with the haircut questions, then turn the page on this topic. Thanks. What the heck is the deal with Jerry Reinsdorf and his hair fetish all of a sudden? I have been a White Sox fan since I was kid in the early '90s, and I don't ever...
Tribune staff reporterDesignated hitter Carl Everett backed up manager Ozzie Guillen's declaration that the White Sox offense is strongest with Everett in the lineup. But Boston's American League-leading offense easily overshadowed Everett's three RBIs Friday night. The...
O, by the WayCurt Schilling writes the the blog 38 pitches but Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain gets to star in an off-Broadway production of 55 Pitches tonight at Camden Yards against the Orioles.Directed by Joe Girardi and produced by Hank Steinbrenner, 55 Pitches...
WatchdogWill Leitch just announced he is leaving as editor of Deadspin later this month. Wow. I'm not shocked, given the shelf life he predicted for himself when I first interviewed him 16 months ago, but still . . . How......
Tags: Buzz Bissinger
Sun StaffSEATTLE - A season of lasts brought Cal Ripken to the Emerald City yesterday, where he and San Diego Padres right fielder Tony Gwynn became the focus of a sport that has begun its goodbyes. The 72nd Baseball All-Star Game welcomed Ripken for the 19th and...
Sun StaffMajor league baseball players who fail steroid drug tests no longer will have the option of being fined instead of suspended, baseball's labor lawyer said yesterday. Fines that ranged from $10,000 for a first failed drug test to up to $100,000 after...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Some of baseball's brightest stars uneasily testified yesterday about steroid use, but a House committee saved its fire for baseball executives, going so far as to question whether their sport still deserved its treasured exemption from...
Tags: Henry A Waxman, Mark McGwire, Danny K. Davis, Baseball, Arts
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - A House committee refused yesterday to grant immunity to any of a half-dozen current and former baseball stars expected as mostly reluctant witnesses today for a hearing aimed at uncovering the truth about steroid use in their sport. The...
Tribune staff reporterMark Prior was in no way comparing himself to Curt Schilling or Randy Johnson. But after the Cubs' 21-year-old rookie finished the first complete game of his professional career on Sunday, a 4-1 victory over Colorado, he had this to say about his 13-...
Times Staff WriterIn a feverish finale to an achingly close presidential campaign, President Bush, Sen. John F. Kerry and their running mates spread their message today across a divided nation. The Republican incumbent set out before sun-up and his Democratic challenger...
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