Rewritten: Tim Anderson’s new rules of baseball
The Chicago White Sox shortstop plays with an excitement that’s attracting new fans to the game
From his emotional bat flips to his unwillingness to back down from baseball’s unwritten rules, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson sees himself blazing a new path for what baseball can look like — and he wants to bring the kids on Chicago’s South Side along with him.
Roundtable: LeBron James and China, Ice Cube on diversity in baseball, Michael Rapaport and black culture
Also: Should the XFL be an option for Colin Kaepernick?
‘I Don’t Give a Damn’ with Domonique Foxworth: Week 6
Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson are leading the race for NFL MVP
The Roundtable: Dwayne Haskins unfairly criticized, letter about Penn State safety’s dreadlocks and Zion Williamson’s LeBron comparisons
Also, the ongoing Dame and Shaq rap beef