Recent Articles from Scott Pitoniak
If I’m Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane, I’m not signing DeAndre Hopkins unless I can convince the veteran wide receiver to accept an incentive-laden deal.
He had to tell me five times before I believed it. To do it on this hole on this stage is a lifelong dream. It can’t get any better. That’s it. I can retire. Good night.
Trevino’s longshot victory caught the world by surprise, but fellow pro Doug Sanders saw it coming.
Skiing’s loss would be golf’s gain. Though she didn’t become the next Nancy Lopez, Whaley did become a sports pioneer.
I’m not about to go overboard the way Hall of Fame quarterback/NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner did and say the Buffalo Bills may have found the next Travis Kelce.
He grew up a block from old Red Wing Stadium on Norton Street in the 1950s and early ’60s. And all these years later, Gene Cornish can still hear the public address announcements and the roar of the crowd.
Neither anyone at Paycor Stadium that early January night or any of us watching on television will ever forget that horrifying scene as athletic trainers and doctors worked furiously to resuscitate Hamlin.
David Dworkin was pumping gas recently at a Rochester-area service station when a person began razzing him good-naturedly about his Sacramento Kings warmup jacket.
Sure, we’ve only had a small sample size in this still very young Major League Baseball season, but the new rules have shaved nearly a half hour off last year’s times while also infusing more action.
Like hardy daffodils pushing through the snow in our gardens, baseball’s return is a sign of rebirth following terminally long, gray winter days; a hopeful harbinger of sunnier times to come.
Opining on the World Baseball Classic, March Madness, Goodell’s salary, a legendary Rochester wrestler & more
I know this will sound sacrilegious to traditionalists who squawk over even the slightest tweaks to the sport, but I would love to see MLB consider pausing its season 10 days every four years and stage the WBC in mid-July.
You developed thick skin when covering him — learned to stand your ground. After he bullied student reporters, I occasionally would talk to them. I’d try to boost them back up.