Kevin Gorman

Gorman: 'Sergeant' Sammy hopes title is next

In a tribute to his two tours of duty in Iraq with the U.S. Army, boxer Sammy Vasquez Jr. changed his nickname from The Who ...

Gorman: Bittersweet debut for Bucs' Bell

Josh Bell celebrated his major league call-up to the Pirates on Thursday night, sharing hugs first with his Indianapolis teammates and then his parents. "It's ...

Gorman: Montour grad Marks becomes a College World Series hero

Terri Chrise was incognito in Omaha, Neb., wearing Coastal Carolina colors but nothing to identify her as the mother of the most popular baseball player ...

Gorman: Johnson sticks it to USGA in style 

Dustin Johnson had a major monkey on his back, a U.S. Open debacle on his mind and another USGA ruling hanging over his head. When Johnson ...

Gorman: U.S. Open rigors don't dull Day's drive

On a day when Oakmont Country Club chewed up and spit out major champions, the world's top two golfers survived the cut. One climbed into ...

Gorman: Failure or fortune awaits Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson did what he does, crushing drives and shooting low scores in the first two rounds of a major golf tournament. Unfortunately, part of ...

Gorman: Van Sickle lives dream at U.S. Open

Mike Van Sickle stepped to the No. 1 tee box Thursday morning, a Pittsburgh kid finally getting to realize one of his lifelong dreams. ...

Gorman: Local caddies know Oakmont's secrets

The shot suggestion defied conventional wisdom but came from a trusted source who knows this golf course like the back of his hand. Brian Routhieaux ...

Gorman: McIlroy ready for 'toughest test' at U.S. Open

They say the U.S. Open is the toughest test in golf, Oakmont Country Club its most challenging course and the best player will win. Five ...

Gorman: Long wait over for Short Jr. at Open 

Patience and perseverance are requirements for playing the U.S. Open at Oakmont, which makes Wes Short Jr. as qualified as anyone. The oldest golfer in ...

Gorman: Penguins missed golden opportunity

Sidney Crosby left the ice and walked to the dressing room with 3.8 seconds left in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. It wasn't ...

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