Arthur Pincus

Arthur Pincus is the author of "New York Giants Pride: The Amazing Story of the New York Giants Road to Victory in Super Bowl XLII", Triumph Books 2008. http://www.amazon.com/York-Giants-Pride-Arthur-Pincus/dp/1600782167/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220387956&sr=8-1 He has covered the Super Bowl, the World Series, Stanley Cups, the NBA Finals, Olympics for the New York Times and the Washington Post; he ran public relations for the NHL for six years (and one lockout) and has written several books on sports. The fourth edition of The Illustrated History of the National Hockey League was released in the Fall of 2006 by Readers Digest Canada.

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  • 05:17 PM ET  05.02
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That first month of the baseball season was pretty awful, don't you think?Actually, pal, I think it was very awful.My inner voice is right and the organization known as Major League Baseball had better pay attention. When the news came on Sunday morning that Cardinals reliever Josh Hancock had been killed in an automobile accident, it marked an unbelievably   terrible end to a miserable month.Nothing else that happened can compare to the tragedy of an athlete dying young and we don't mean to equate anything with Hancock's passing, but there are clouds hanging over MLB…
  • 11:26 AM ET  04.23
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Hey, Nation, did you miss us?It feels great to be back in my literary hole in the wall with a little bit of a new look and lots more chances to tell what I think, what I believe and what I know, sometimes all at once. With Sports Illustrated helping to drive the FanNation train, this will be a bigger and better place for all the Citizens and for sure it will be fun. Taking a few days from the blog, got me thinking about something I really love—hockey. Yeah, that’s right, hockey. To those who know and those who take a little time to learn, hockey is a beautiful sport—faster…
  • 07:53 PM ET  04.11
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Who was not stunned by the recent report that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig had been paid $14.5 million for running the business in 2005? We resist calling Bud Selig Baseball Commissioner because that would give him dominion over the game I adore and I'm not sure he's earned that along with his money.But hearing that Bud is getting 14.5 million samoleans for this labor of love made me think that he could solve some of baseball biggest problems in a classic way--by throwing money at them. His money.So we offer this plan to help baseball, help Bud ease his financial burden (really, how do…

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