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Jermain Taylor, Advised to Never Fight Again, Wins Middleweight Title

It took 2,567 days for Jermain Taylor to regain the middleweight title that he lost to Kelly Pavlik in 2007. Bad Intentions knocked down Sam Soliman four times last night to regain the IBF’s share of the crown that once sat on his head without dispute from any other claimants. Oct 9, 2014 7:59 AM PT

Bush League Protest Outside Busch Stadium Pits Fans vs. True Believers

Two groups, one might call them the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Browns, clashed outside of Busch Stadium. The latter group protested the August police killing of a teen; the former group puzzled over an October baseball game serving as the venue to air the grievance. Oct 8, 2014 12:04 AM PT

President Football: The Rough Rider's Love Affair with the Rough Sport

More than a century before political leaders pig piled on football, the Bull Moose spoke softy and carried a big stick to save the game from its enemies. And why not? A game that teaches boys to get up after getting knocked down played as a metaphor for Theodore Roosevelt's amazing life. Oct 2, 2014 12:01 AM PT

Manny Pacquiao: 'Pitiful' Floyd Mayweather 'Should Fear God'

Boxing promoter Bob Arum recently suggested that Floyd Mayweather fears a fight with client Manny Pacquiao. The powerful southpaw thinks his nemesis on in the sports pages but not, as of yet, in the ring should fear someone else. Sep 30, 2014 1:00 AM PT

A Cowboy, a Dominator, and a Notorious One Steal Show at UFC 178

An action-packed UFC 178 witnessed a rude welcome for a highly-touted newcomer, a championship-caliber performance by a returning former champion, and a coming-out party for one of the most sensational mixed-martial artists on the promotion's roster. And all that happened before the main event. Sep 28, 2014 12:30 AM PT

The Evil Empire: How the Underdog Red Sox Became the Neighborhood Bully

The Boston Redevelopment Authority classified valuable real estate as "blight" to effect a transfer of public streets to the Boston Red Sox in a process that barred other bidders. Now Fenway encroaches upon the streets whose encroachment upon it provided the park its unique architecture and dimensions. The expansion has predictably cordoned off the concessions competition in the streets--and put the Red Sox in an unfamiliar role: bully. Sep 27, 2014 7:30 AM PT

Charlotte Hornets Player Arrested for Domestic Violence

Police in East Lansing Michigan arrested Charlotte Hornets forward Jeffrey Taylor on domestic violence and other charges early Thursday morning. He made bail. At 7:29 p.m. on Thursday, the East Lansing cops arrested him for malicious destruction of property. The authorities released the one-man crime wave at 9:00 p.m. Sep 26, 2014 7:12 AM PT

Joseph Marchese Versus the Red Sox

“Why should the Red Sox have exclusive right to a roadway?” Joseph Marchese asks. “Which street you’re going to close off next? Because it is a contract with a public body, maybe it should go out to bid?” Sep 25, 2014 10:15 AM PT

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