Dan Daly, sports columnist for The Washington Times, gives his take on sports and more.
Another way to have fun with the 2011 U.S. Open.
The Nats’ first baseman is putting up some REALLY unusual numbers.
Some introductions are more interesting than others.
In the NBA, its cost has fluctuated wildly over the years. The Cavaliers are reportedly prepared to pay dearly for it.
For athletes, historical references can be a minefield.
In an interview with Fox 5's Dave Feldman, the Redskins owner displays an imaginative memory.
There haven’t been many – if any – big games involving the cities’ pro teams.
A strange but true baseball story.
Dealing it might pay dividends.
Parting thoughts – and assorted other minutiae – on the late, great Harmon Killebrew.
Plenty of major-league clubs are hurting for hitting.
Part 1 in a continuing series by an Admitted Curmudgeon.
The father of GW’s new hoops coach made headlines at the 1952 College World Series.
Not sure why this first-edition Thursday column disappeared from the website, so here it is as a blog.
How will Shanny's well-received 2011 draft compare to the greatest Redskins draft of all time?
By John McAfee