Showing 1 - 10 of 15 Stories for Thomas Hearns
The Writing Is On The Wall
That Mark Breland, a five-time Golden Gloves champion, will win an Olympic gold medal is as plain as the graffiti on the buildings in Bed-Stuy
Time worth remembering
Alumni of the old Negro League looked back with joy at a reunion in Kentucky
Give It Your All
Thomas Hearns announced last week that he's planning a return to the ring. Never mind that he's 46 and hasn't fought in five years--the Hit Man has a plan: He's ...
HERE'S A VOLUME THAT'S AS MUCH OF A LOSER AS ITS TOPIC, THE CHICAGO CUBS
The romance that occasionally attaches itself to truly bad teams is one of the more peculiar phenomena of sport, but a very real one. In recent ...
Dawning of a new ARRA
A coterie of notable and heretofore well-paid "amateurs" took a different route in the $50,000 Cascade Run Off. Greg Meyer cashed in—to the tune of 10 grand
SPORTING A WHOLE LOT OF SPORT
A few years ago hockey announcer Dan Kelly of KMOX radio in St. Louis invited ... "I realized then that we weren't merely the big voice of the Midwest, but maybe the No. ... Hello. My Name Is Thomas, and I'm a Falcons Addict.
Take a gander at Goose Gossage in mid-flight and you know why the Yankee pitcher is baseball's most feared reliever. His neck strains, his face contorts, his long arms and legs flail and his fastball comes blazing to the plate at 100 per
THE SPORTS PAGES BEGAN WITH HIM
Herbert, then 24, was an instant hit with the sporting bucks of New York City. A friend, Thomas Picton, recalled that Herbert's Cavalier boots with ...
BLUES FOR THE JAZZ
"Having Kevin back made John [Stockton] play harder on defense, which affected his offense at the other end," said Phoenix's Tom Chambers. Chambers's ...