Pascual Pérez, who played a decade in the Major Leagues, was found dead today, according to Spanish language newspapers. Pérez, 55, was murdered during an early morning robbery at his home in the Dominican Republic. Pérez pitched for the Pirates, Braves, Expos and Yankees, winning 67 games between 1980 and 1991. In 1992, Pérez was suspended from baseball for violating the drug policy.
Wilma Rudolph was one of the greatest track athletes of all-time.
Phil Mickelson’s opening drive of the second round of the PGA Championship was so bad that it ended up on a road. This is not how (…)
Aldon Smith has checked into rehab.
A Chinese Professional Baseball League umpire had to exit a game after taking a foul ball to the testicles. It looked horribly painful.
His answer could just as easily apply to politics.
2012 was a long time ago.
Always something going on.