Kevin Mitchell: Former MLB player Kevin Mitchell was sentenced to three years of probation and must complete 120-hours of anger management classes after pleading no contest to slugging a golfer in San Diego last year. The dispute, which eerily occurred on the 13th hole, apparently stemmed from “differing opinions of a golf teacher.” Opposing views of what a golf teacher instructs have historically inspired volcanic rage, but I imagine Mitchell was probably just pissed because the victim had his cell phone clipped to his pants. [L.A. Times; photo via Getty]
Mike Tirico: The "leaderless" NCAA is a "failed setup that is helping to ruin intercollegiate athletics"
The Syracuse alum was not pleased.
News occurs on Twitter. Twitter, invariably, becomes news.
snowball sometimes lies.
When Veteran Receivers Like Brandon Marshall Go to a New Team, Their Passing Offense Gets Better, Shockingly
Better than the alternative in New York.
Surprising in that it happened so soon?