1. The New Yankee Stadium: It’s Wonderfully Déjà Vu All Over Again

    Today I went on a Hajj from where I now live, in California, back to my ancestral home in Yankee Stadium. But not that Yankee Stadium—this was the inaugural Opening Day of the new Yankee Stadium...

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  2. Landon Donovan Doesn't Play in Europe, and US Will Never Win World Cup

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  3. Super Bowl XLII: Why Giants Fans Should Root for the Patriots

    Like the elemental psychological battle between fear and greed being played out every day in the financial markets this week, I am psychologically being torn asunder between rooting for my hometown New York Giants, and rooting for the New England Patriots

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  4. Mitchell Report: President Bush Set to Return as MLB Commissioner

    Special to The Bleacher ReportWashington, December 23, 2007 – Major League Baseball is reportedly nearing completion of a pact to bring George W. Bush back to the game as its commissioner, beginning on April 1 of next year...

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  5. Miracle on Ice

    I've had many great moments watching sports, but the "Miracle on Ice" hockey game where the ridiculously underdog US team beat the "amateur" (i.e. completely professional) Soviet team in the semi-finals of the 1980 Olympics was the best moment by far...

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  6. Yankees, Red Sox Bring it On

    Okay, so it's August again. And as always, my partner Steve is petrified that the Red Sox will wilt. My partner Eric and I are Yankees fans. Steve grew up in Greenwich CT but was born in Brighton MA, where his grandfather owned an Irish bar...

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  7. Games of Shadows: Where Barry Bonds Meets Shoeless Joe

    Baseball players slurking out of grand jury rooms, with league officials expressing shock at confessions of behavior "not in the best interest of baseball...

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  8. David Halberstam: Remembering America's Greatest Sports Journalist

    David Halberstam was killed on Monday in a car accident in the San Francisco Bay Area, only a few miles from the headquarters of the Bleacher Report. It was a terrible tragedy...

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  9. Improving Graduation Rates for Major College Programs: A Modest Proposal

    Are the people at Sports Illustrated clueless? Last week, SI ran a big article about the surprising impact that rookies are having throughout the NFL...

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