Last week’s revelations about Pete Rose betting as a player no baseball don’t move me away from a position of having him reinstated. Compared to the rest of the issues we turn a deaf ear to, it’s no big deal.
What it’s like to discover that you can no longer hold your morning coffee (or anything else) til noon. And worse, to find that you’re just like people you never thought you’d be!
A column in the recent National Review details why the liberal agenda has finally reached its peak without actually getting to the top. I say…it never had a chance!
The popular and productive coach of the Vikings has built a culture of football at Miami East as he reaches the venerable stage of his career; and carries on with the same passion for the game and his kids as he had on the day he arrived. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature on Max Current.
40 southwest student athletes were recognized for their accomplishments in competition and the classroom Tuesday at the annual Southwest District Athletic Board Scholarship Banquet hosted by the Dayton Marriott. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
A signed copy of his book, Ball Four, is more important to me than most others. Just six years after his book came out, I saw Jim Bouton and his knuckleball…eye to eye! Almost forty years later, he’s still pitching his passion for the game of baseball. Read more in today’s inside feature.
You don’t see it often, but when the unthinkable happens in sports it’s what you need to know on what to do, and when to do it, for injuries to your mouth. Our expert, Dr. Mark Armstrong, of Troy, tells you here…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
If you’re one to reflect, what man doesn’t take a moment each year to think about what is, and what might have been, when he thinks of his own father…of himself? To the honor of all “Dads”, read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
For something so anticipated, movie theaters are empty, and after seeing it, one has to wonder about the empty character of those who paid to make the movie, Entourage.
Someone’s Watching?…In Troy they’re hoping that a new regime under Matt Burgbacher (above), and a constant reminder of the past, can turn around the bad fortunes of a once-proud football program. The question is…how, and how soon? Read more in the latest Press Pros inside summer profile.
Now that it’s over, some words on why I’ll never feel sorry for Cleveland and the “curse” of not winning a major sports championship. A lot of other towns haven’t won, either, and they’re doing just fine!
Road Map Of A Pitcher’s Journey…What it feels like to have that which you’ve done for so long, that which for a time was threatened, now restored in full bloom in the best summer of your life. Just ask Adam Niemeyer to show you his scar (top). Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature!
It happens so often now they’re not just crooks…those who use the phone to take financial advantage of the unsuspecting are just plain nuisances. But they can be highly entertaining. Read about a whole different kind of summer entertainment in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Ninety days removed from the Versailles Lady Tigers winning their second state title under coach Jacki Stonebraker, her words might surprise you about the process of winning, and winding down. The first in our series of summer profiles on Press Pros…in today’s inside feature.
For a guy who loves coming home to perform, Kettering’s Fraze Pavilion provided another high rung on the “to do” list Friday for Covington’s Clark Manson. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Forget LeBron and the repetitive stories about the Cavaliers trying to win a championship in Cleveland for the first time in 50 years. Try doing what Pat Venditte does and tell me if that’s not a whole lot tougher!
If what Bruce Jenner did is such big news…if it matters so much to so many…then why are there so few that did what Bruce Jenner did? And why should it matter to the rest of us?
Another year of local sports in the books leaves the inevitable question. What was the best story, or the best stories, of them all? It was hard to nail down, but some critical analysis by our staff came up with a half dozen with which it would be hard to argue. Read about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Canton Central Catholic parlayed a terrible first inning by Summit Country Day and made it stand for a 4-2 win in the Division III final.
Newark Catholic used a championship performance by pitcher Rob Engle to cruise to its eighth state title in baseball. More in our latest inside feature from the state baseball tournament.