Keidel: Tim Tebow Wants To Play Baseball... Why Do We Care So Much?Tim Tebow, a failed NFL player and aspiring MLB player, is fascinating for the strong opinions and feelings he sparks in sports fans.
Keidel: Josh Brown Case Puts NFL's Arbitrary Discipline On Full DisplayYou'd think after the Ray Rice incident, perhaps the ugliest application of justice in NFL history, the brass would be a bit more strident.
Keidel: Straw Has To Love Doc, Because Gooden Doesn't Appear To Love HimselfPerhaps the worst-kept secret in sports history is spilling onto the national stage. Doc Gooden may be in peril.
Keidel: Are NFL Players Guilty Until Proven Innocent?The NFL threatened to suspend four players for not cooperating in PED investigation based on a retracted story.
Keidel: Everyone Needs To Chill On Giants' Invisible OffenseOf course, not long after I wrote that the Giants are the chalk to win the NFC East, they went out and got pummeled by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, 21-0.
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And His Football FutureLSU RB Leonard Fournette will be a top pick in the next NFL Draft. Should he play this season and risk injury or sit out and save his body?
Keidel: Table Set Nicely For Giants To Return To PostseasonThere's no reason the Giants can't be just as competitive in the NFC East as the Jets are in the AFC East.
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Overpaid Or Underpaid?Texans' J.J. Watt is one of the NFL's best and best paid defensive players. But it's rare that defense-first teams win Super Bowls.
Keidel: Mariano Rivera Was A Rare Blend Of Dominance And DecencyThe Yankees honored the 1996 club this weekend, the first, glittering domino of the dynasty. And they appropriately closed with the greatest closer in baseball history.
Keidel: End Of The A-Rod Era, Or Error?A-Rod's turbulent time as a New York Yankee, and likely his MLB career, ends tonight. What's this maddening superstar's legacy?
Remembering The 1996 Yankees: In A Word, They Defined 'Team'The Yankees' 1996 championship season was as unexpected as it was endearing, as diverse as the city it represented, a gift basket of baseball misfits, retreads, and blooming stars.
Keidel: Mets Lack Oomph Of Last Year Entering Late SummerAnd the one part of their roster that made them playoff favorites this year -- their four pitching monoliths -- doesn't have the same momentum that made them America's darlings last fall and poster boys of the future in Flushing.