Perhaps, as Dwight Garner wrote, Steinberg just needed an idea for a book.
“This was a respiratory arrest, not a cardiac arrest,” Steinberg said.
It is considering sending a formal notice to Steinberg that it wants to reduce its payout schedule starting in 2010.
And “what kind of person,” Steinberg asks, “dares to write a sequel to the Bible?”
Steinberg said the Sterling ban should give both sports and society in general something to think about “before we play gotcha.”
He met Steinberg often, and forced himself to be noisy in his company.
Mr. Steinberg's keen and impassive face underwent no change.
“Tell them not to interfere,” said Steinberg fiercely, but without taking his eyes off his adversary.
I will trouble you, Mr. Steinberg, to come to the proper quarter now.'
He noticed also that Steinberg and Barter played a good deal by themselves, and that Barter always lost.