Ryne Sandberg's steroid opinion is that players who used drugs do not belong in Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame.
In an interview with Barry Bloom of MLB.com, Sandberg said:
"I'm not a sportswriter. I don't get to vote. I don't get the ballot in the mail, so it's out of my hands either way...there are no suspicions about guys who are in the Hall of Fame. It's an elite group. And once you're in the Hall, you're in the Hall. Up until now, I think the voting system has handled things very well. And like I said before, there are no suspicions in the Hall of Fame."
Christine Lamson White, actress in the iconic Twilight Zone episode Nightmare at 20,000 Feet passed away on April 14, 2013.
She was 86.
White's Hollywood career spanned over 20 years, but to many she will always be known as "the woman on the plane next to William Shatner."
The J.J. Abrams-directed seque Star Trek Into Darkness closed with $84.1 million in North America its solid four-daydebut.
The film earned $40 million overseas over the weekend for an early global total of $164.6 million.
Many box office observers believed Into Darkness had potential at hitting $100 million in North America.
AMC's hit TV series The Walking Dead is currently on location in Griffin, Ga., filming its highly anticipated fourth season. Luckily for the show loyalists who are itching for the latest info, a new picture has indeed surfaced.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne were seen walking the red carpet together on Saturday at a start-studded event in Hollywood.
The couple put their marriage troubles behind them and made a public appearance together at a gala to benefit the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
The two were reportedly living apart while Osbourne battled his recent drug and alcohol relapse.
When Zachary Quinto, who plays Spock in "Star Trek Into Darkness," came out publicly that he is gay, he gave no warning to his family, friends or publicists.
In an interview with movie critic Peter Travers on ABC's Popcorn, Quinto said:
"I didn't tell anyone I was going to do it so no one had a chance to [give me advice]. I just did it. No one in my life knew."
LeAnn Rimes gave Instagram followers her view of Nashville this week when the country singer hit the town to promote her upcoming album.
Rimes was in Nashville on Friday to promote the new album, Spitfire, due out June 4. Rimes teamed up with omg! to send out Instagram pictures of her big day in Nashville.
The series of Instagram photos showed LeAnn Rimes meeting with fans in Nashville, doing interviews, and preparing for a show at the Grand Ole Opry.