Tuesday Feb 25
Olympics: Japan skate heroine hits back at Tokyo 2020 chief
Japanese figure-skating heroine Mao Asada on Tuesday hit back at sneering by the boss of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic committee over her disastrous performance on the ice in Sochi.
Koji Uehara sticks to routine
Koji Uehara is a legitimate writer, and over the offseason he penned a first-person account of the Red Sox' run to the World Series that was published in Japan without a ghostwriter.
The Japan Times
Mori criticizes Asada, draws international fire
Former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori, the head of Tokyo's 2020 Olympic organizing committee, came under fire Friday after he criticized Japanese figure skater Mao Asada's performance in the women's short program at the Sochi Olympics.
Masahiro Tanaka wants to win over Yankees fans with his pitching
Masahiro Tanaka attends the news conference at Rakuten Kobo Stadium Miyagi in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan announcing his agreement to a seven-year contract worth $155 million with the Yankees.