Yours for $125!Last week we wrote about an interesting opportunity to put schadenfreude to work for a good cause. A broken 9-Iron splayed across a framed photo of Tiger Woods mocking the golfer's exploding sex bomb woes went under the gavel at the KNBR charitable sports auction. What a combinat ... More >>
Be kind by being cruel?When it comes to golf deity Tiger Woods' automotive mishap followed by his admitted "transgressions" -- about the least sexy term one can employ for alleged carnality -- people tend to fall into two camps. There's the "Leave Tiger Alone!" contingent. And there's the "I Neve ... More >>
Fore!During this weekend's President's Cup Golf Tournament at Harding Park, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and President Barack Obama are all scheduled to be within cigar smoke-blowing distance of one-another, and 25,000 fans are expected to attend. There hasn't been a development this exciting in ... More >>
Since 2003, Marin writer Jonathan Littman has intimately covered the government's investigation and prosecution of Barry Bonds and other athletes ensnared in the BALCO scandal. He's shown up at nearly every court hearing and sifted through thousands of pages of court documents. And he's confident in ... More >>
Barry Bonds in his new home uniformThe sight of Barry Bonds, in uniform, performing in front of packed crowds is not a new one. These days, however, the uniform appears to be a dark suit and striped tie. And the crowds are gathered at his ongoing perjury and obstruction of justice trial.Certainly, a ... More >>
Paula Canny, seen here with client Greg Anderson, says the Barry Bonds case has become 'a guys' contest'When Paula Canny, the friend of and attorney for Barry Bonds' embattled former trainer Greg Anderson, is asked why the government has gone to such lengths to prosecute the former San Francisco Gia ... More >>
Greg Anderson has given up his freedom rather than testify about Barry Bonds. But one man has learned the deepest secrets of the trainer behind baseball's new home run king.
Giants GM Brian Sabean spent big money on the free-agent market. What do you think of his wheeling and dealing?
A judge has ordered two Chronicle reporters to serve time unless they divulge their source on Bonds' steroid use. Do you think they should be made to spill the beans?
If only baseball would deal with the drug problem instead of cowering in fear
Is baseball star Barry Bonds a juiced-up deceiver or just the greatest and most maligned player in baseball history? Find out where you stand!
He can defend and fly with the best of them. But can the rookie straight out of high school stick in the NBA?
Only this one has to do with a doctor who tried to stop athletes from using performance-enhancing drugs
If Lance Armstrong were found to have been on drugs, and his S.F. handlers knew it, sponsors could demand their money back, and perhaps change sports in the U.S. forever
Lance Armstrong, Thom Weisel, and questions about anti-doping efforts in American cycling
The battle over Bonds' record-setting homer looks quaint four seasons later
Preppies gather in Redwood City
A new game for a new era
You may be an unwitting Barry Bonds apologist. Take our quiz and find out!
Memo to Ashcroft: Why aren't you pursuing Barry Bonds the way you did Martha Stewart?
The Globetrotters dribble into town
Party like the islanders in S.F.
From the dugout, you could see small tents rising like goose bumps from the grass
S.F. to Half Moon Bay and Back
Hometown showdown between Felipe and Dusty
State Sen. Don Perata's bill on drug testing for pro athletes isn't nearly tough enough on doped-up athletes or their enablers
Nic Janes, Redwood Room
Meet John Cox, a USF swingman who is a cousin and friend to Kobe -- and quite at home with his own game and his own life
Homelessness has put the city's image in danger. Our options: Hound the poor. Fine Safeway. Corrupt Lance Armstrong.
It pains us to award the Columbia Journalism Review its very own dart.
In the middle of another catastrophic season, the Golden State Warriors refuse to face the probability that they're as bad as they seem
Letters from September 13, 2000
In the clubhouse, the press box, the seats, malaise pervaded this season's swan song