10 Questions With Mike Vaccaro
Mike Vaccaro has been the lead sports columnist for The New York Post since November 2002. Previously, he was a columnist at the Newark Star-Ledger, Kansas City Star and Middletown (N.Y.) Times Herald-Record. Vaccaro has also authored two books: "1941: The Greatest Year in Spots" and "Emperors and Idiots: The Hundred Year Rivalry Between the Yankees and Red Sox."
- Was it the best Super Bowl ever?
- Was Santonio Holmes' catch better than David Tyree's?
- Where will Manny play in 2009?
- Why haven't people criticized Verducci for his role in Torre's new book?
- Has Torre lost the trust of the Dodgers' players?
- Is the rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankees still heated?
- Can sports provide a distraction during the current economic situation?
- What advice would you give to an aspiring young sports writer?
- What distinguishes a great column from a good one?
- What are some of the most erroneous columns of your career?
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