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Never Too Old To Take Gold

John Tatum might be 94-years-old but that didn't stop him from winning 2 gold medals at the National Senior Games this year. Tell Me More checks in on his success.
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Beanball Leads To Twitter Battle Between Nationals And Braves

The Nationals and Braves mixed it up on-field and online yesterday. The Braves won the game, but the winner of the Twitter battle is up in the air.

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D.C. United Stadium Deal May Hinge On Salvage Yard That Does Not Want To Move

A plan for a $300 million D.C. United stadium at Buzzard Point relies on a series of complicated land swaps, but there's one hitch—not all landowners on the proposed stadium site were contacted about the plans.


Boston Hopes Red Sox Owner Can Turn Around 'Globe'

In Boston, a billionaire entrepreneur is buying the Boston Globe. John Henry is currently the owner of the Red Sox baseball team. He says he isn't interest in trying to influence the news — including the baseball coverage.

Dick Kazmaier, 'A Honey Of A Guy'

Commentator Frank Deford remembers the last Ivy League football player to win the Heisman Trophy. Kazmaier, 82, died on Thursday.

A-Rod Prepares To Battle For His Career, Reputation

Now that Alex Rodriguez has been hit with the biggest drug suspension in baseball history, what's next? Melissa Block to Sports Illustrated legal expert Michael McCann about his upcoming arbitration hearing and his legal options.

VIDEO: Boos And A Blooper For A-Rod

Watch and listen as a Chicago crowd gives Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez the business when he returns to the lineup on the same day he was hit with a 211-game suspension (which he's appealing). A-Rod managed to pop the ball into left field for a hit.

Baseball Fans Divided Over Drug Suspensions

Major League Baseball has suspended 13 players for violating the league's drug policy. New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez was suspended for more than 200 games, until the end of next season.

Major League Baseball Works To Win Fans' Trust

Monday was a historic one for Major League Baseball after 13 players were suspended for violating the league's drug policy. It's the largest group of players ever sanctioned at one time in an anti-doping action. Is baseball hoping the scope of this sends a message?

In Baseball, Punishments Often Come With An Asterisk

By suspending New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, Major League Baseball stopped short of the lifetime ban that had been threatened. But in the league's history, even lifetime bans have sometimes translated into suspensions of less than a year.