Jim Leyland: Just like everyone else in the world, ESPN the Magazine recently poked fun at Miguel Cabrera for his legendary February arrest. Except the magazine’s criticism was by an anonymous baseball player. When Leyland caught wind of it, he exploded: “To me that’s a gutless (jerk) that doesn’t put his name to it … But when you (another expletive) hide behind somebody else’s expense, that’s chicken (expletive) to me. But you guys know your business more than me. Maybe that’s ethical, I don’t really know. But I’d be (extremely irritated) if I was Cabrera.” [Freep]
Matt Harvey has been very busy this year. Last month we wondered if Harvey was too focused on working hard in the offseason. I guess not. (…)
Also ordered to pay $12,000 in legal fees.
The Chinese Super League is throwing serious money around the soccer transfer market. Aspiring super club Jiangsu Suning bought Brazilian (…)
Happy-looking young couple.
Oh, Grumpy Cat, have you no pride?
Is “Signing of the Stars” the wave of the future?
Pat Haden will retire as USC’s athletic director on June 30.
Deion Sanders is seldom right, and wrong again.
Would that even make sense?