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Latest Reggie Jackson Items
It took a late stretch of what Kevin Durant called some of the best basketball he's ever seen the Oklahoma City Thunder play to beat the Washington Wizards on Sunday night.
David Ortiz is turning the World Series into his own personal game of slow-pitch softball, at least that's how it looks. The only question is how long the St. Louis Cardinals will keep pitching to the Boston bopper.
By Sunday morning, most everyone had become an expert on the obstruction rule.
It's not quite, "A day that will live in infamy," or "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," but Reggie Jackson's words printed in the June 1977 issue of Sport magazine remain among the most powerful and defining quotes in all of sports.
Reggie Jackson insists in his new autobiography that he never disparaged Thurman Munson in an attention-grabbing Sport magazine report 36 years ago, a claim the author immediately denied.
Longtime major league umpire Frank Pulli, who used instant replay to make a call nearly a decade before video reviews were allowed, has died. He was 78.
Daily threats. Blaring headlines. Charges and countercharges.
Quick _ name the All-Star MVP from last year.
Pondering Kevin Durant's latest big-time shot on the playoff stage, Lionel Hollins started listing a who's who of NBA greats from days gone by: Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Isiah Thomas, Sam Jones, John Havlicek, George Mikan, Bob Pettit.