1. Rick Ankiel No Babe Ruth

    I was listening to the Giants game this weekend when Rick Ankiel came to the plate. Giants’ announcer Duane Kuiper enthused that the only parallel to what Ankiel had done – moving ...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about over 9 years ago 1,134 reads 2 comments

  2. Justice Department Sniffing Out PEDs in Writing Industry

    From today's Palo Alto TimesPalo Alto - The United States Attorney's Office for the Midpeninsula District of California today announced that it is launching an investigation into the ...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about over 9 years ago 902 reads 1 comments

  3. Mindless Optimism: SF Giants Bound for a Fall in 2008

    Keith Raffel, author of Dot Dead: A Silicon Valley Mystery, sizes up the San Francisco Giants. Hope springs eternal. When? Every spring...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about almost 10 years ago 796 reads 4 comments

  4. Best of 2007: Barry Bonds Hits 756

    Keith Raffel, author of Dot Dead: A Silicon Valley Mystery, recalls the electrifying atmosphere at AT&T Park on the night of Barry Bonds' record breaking home run.Hmm...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about almost 10 years ago 832 reads 6 comments

  5. Harvard beats Yale 29-29

    Keith Raffel, author of Dot Dead: A Silicon Valley mystery, takes us back to the days when Ivy league football was for real—and the classic Harvard/Yale showdown of 1968. Name a team undefeated in the Rose Bowl...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about 10 years ago 3,822 reads 2 comments

  6. Father and Son: The Barry Bonds You Don't Know

    Here's what impressed me most about Barry Bonds' record-tying 755th home run on Saturday: the reaction of his son. Conventional wisdom says Bonds' record will be tainted by his alleged steroid use...

    Keith Raffel Written by Keith Raffel about over 10 years ago 457 reads 6 comments