John Feinstein


John Feinstein, an award-winning columnist and one of the nation’s most successful and prolific sports authors, has written over two dozen books to date including the bestselling A Good Walk Spoiled and A Season on the Brink. In addition to hosting a radio show on CBS Sports Radio, he writes for the Washington Post, and is a regular commentator on the Golf Channel.

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John Feinstein Blog: Nationals Are One Of Worst Failures In DC Sports History

John looks at the Washington Nationals debacle this season.


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John Feinstein Blog: Cherishing The Memories

John recounts stories covering John McEnroe and Johan Cruyff.


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John Feinstein Blog: Hope One Day Jordan Stops Chasing The Dollars

John discusses the post-NBA life of Michael Jordan and other athletes.


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John Feinstein Blog: Home Team In D.C. Is Always ‘We’

John discusses the Mets, Nationals, innings limits, and the bad decisions in D.C.


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John Feinstein Blog: Arbour’s Death Leaves Empty Space In Heart

John tells a story of former legendary Islanders coach Al Arbour and his passing.


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John Feinstein Blog: World Doesn’t Need To Be Watching LLWS

John looks into the Little League World Series and the hype around it.


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John Feinstein Blog: Fascination With NFL Is Extraordinary

John looks at the lack of important of training camp and tells some NFL stories.


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John Feinstein Blog: Brady, Goodell Both Losers In This

John talks about the latest drama surrounding DeflateGate and who is in the wrong.


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John Feinstein Blog: A-Rod Has Damaged The Game

John talks about A-Rod not getting into the All-Star Game and what he has done for baseball.


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John Feinstein Blog: Impossible To Separate Politics From Sports

John talks about tragedy in sports versus tragedy in life.