In 2004 he admitted that he regretted being the answer to a piece of baseball trivia
The boy got a big cheer from the crowd and high fives from the players after completing the song
Yoenis Cespedes, who has revived the Mets’ offense, will be vital against the Kansas City Royals
Out of America: The FBI is investigating insider trading in US sports betting, in a country where it is only legal in four states
In the United States, Bo Jackson is revered as one of the country’s greatest ever athletes. He broke no world records and is in no Hall of Fame, yet those who saw him simultaneously in the NFL and MLB still spread his legend.
Detectives have arrested a second man in connection with the murder of Christopher Foster who was stabbed while smoking outside a pub in south London.
Police say 34-year-old was having a cigarette and chatting with friend
Armstrong has said it's been 'real tough' and complained about financial losses
Christopher Lane was shot in the back whilst visiting his girlfriend in Duncan
A resonant and timely 'procedural thriller' on a fictional invasion by North Korea
John W Henry anticipates Champions League qualification for the club this season
A-Rod suspended until end of 2014 but appeal allows first Yankees game of the season last night
View From Madrid
Sport does not take place in a social vacuum. It will admit many poisons
Out of America: You can't attend a match without a patriotic preamble – complete with soldiers and flags – that lasts nearly as long as the game
Until now, I've always had the World Service and Radio 4 down as the places to look for hard-hitting, politically challenging documentaries. You know the kind. The ones that can deposit you, still in your dressing gown and slippers, into the middle of a sub-Saharan war zone, or a Bolivian coke factory, and deliver a sharp punch to the guts any time your concentration might be in danger of drifting off.