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The Daily's Hot Reads For Tuesday: A Walk In The Parks
Published June 18, 2013
The Baltimore SUN's Mike Preston writes of diversity efforts in lacrosse: "It's not all about race, but more about exposure. As the sport continues to grow in the African-American community, so will the number of college players. It is basic math, but with a grass root problem" (Baltimore SUN).
The GLOBE & MAIL's James Mirtle writes, "In the end, many of the right players won or were at least nominated. … But when you look back over the full voting results for the NHL awards from the weekend, it's not always pretty, as the totals shed light on some really bizarre ballots that were submitted" (GLOBE & MAIL).
- Dodgers can learn from Yankees during this week's series.
- Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully nearly became a Yankee.
- How will Bengals' "Hard Knocks" differ from '09 version?
- A closer look at Florida Citrus Sports' social media profile.
- Marketing strategy is crucial for selling NFL merchandise.
- Like Steve Gleason, Ravens' O.J. Brigance bravely faces ALS.
- Did Mark Emmert miss his chance to truly reform NCAA?