If you believe Oswald was the only triggerman in Dallas in 1963, or you think it's only a myth that UFOs and aliens are being studied somewhere near Roswell, N.M., you also probably believe the NBA lottery has never been rigged.
Has Ryan Vogelsong reached the end? Giants fans hope not. They love a feel-good story, and Vogelsong's odyssey qualifies.
The day the NBA brass rejected the Kings' move to Seattle D-Day in Dallas also was the 13th anniversary of the River Cats' first game at Raley Field.
Now we know why Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson didn't want us spiking the ball in the end zone last month.
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval is a special player. His .304 lifetime average, two All-Star selections and momentum-creating 2012 World Series performance testify to his eminence.
While the fate of the Kings remains in limbo, here are 10 questions for which we still have no answers and little or no information:
Jason Collins' announcement that he is gay drew applause from sports folks around the world, including longtime basketball veterans Jerry Reynolds and Jim Les.
The promotion by the Cincinnati Reds of Donald Lutz, who grew up in his mom's native Germany, gives that country its first-ever modern major-leaguer.
No question, it took tremendous courage and character for Jason Collins on Monday to reveal that he is the first "active" gay professional male athlete.
Jokes and old stories were passed around like after-dinner cake at the 59th annual LaSalle Baseball Hall of Fame induction banquet Saturday night at Christian Brothers High School.
Mark Jackson sugarcoats nothing, but the Warriors' coach is a bit premature with his latest boast.
Kings fans longing for a winning team need only look 80 miles to the southwest for an example of what new owners could mean.
Dropping the F-bomb on national television usually trips the alarm system and causes red lights to flash at the Federal Communications Commission.