ESPN Licenses X Games Oslo For February Braves Assure Fans Of New Ballpark Safety Blue Jays Praised For Shapiro Hiring Judge To Rule On Deflategate By Friday ESPN's Mendoza Praised For "SNB" Debut Volvo To Title Sponsor Charleston WTA Event Classified Advertisements "Concussion" Trailer Still Has People Talking NFL's Paul Hicks Leaving For Crisis PR Firm Executive Transactions
The Daily's Hot Reads For Wednesday: Hitting The Books
Published January 2, 2013
THESTREET.com’s Jason Notte writes, “If the NFL’s television blackouts are supposed to help the live-game experience compete with television, they’re not working. When they’re reduced to a means of extorting cash and concession from fans, however, they’re a tremendous success” (THESTREET.com).
YAHOO SPORTS’ Jeff Passan writes of agent Scott Boras: “Mr. January is a nickname bestowed on Boras by owners flabbergasted by his propensity to snag free-agent deals after New Year’s Day” (YAHOO SPORTS).