|Curt Schilling and Theo Epstein agree: It wasn't the money that made Schilling a member of the Red Sox. But what was it, then? As it happens, Jim Caple was a fly on the wall during Thanksgiving dinner at Chez Schilling, when the deal got done. Who'da thunk it'd come down to mashed potatoes and "Cat in the Hat"?|
CAPLE: THANKSGIVING STUFFING
Schilling to the BoSox. Sheffield to the Yanks. Tit followed by tat. Aren't there 28 other teams in Major League Baseball? Isn't there something happening in the sport outside the 212 and 617 area codes? The Writers' Bloc ponders whether this intensified Yanks-Sox rivalry is good for baseball ... and, more importantly, America.
BEING THE BEAR
Page 2's Alysse Minkoff got to live out her dream by being Josie Bruin during the USC-UCLA game.
Page 2's Rob Ryder continues his inside tales from the making of Hollywood's top sports flicks.
ME, ME, KEY
Everyone in the NFL is thinking about Keyshawn Johnson -- but no one thinks more of Key than Key himself.
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