SBD/Issue 52/Hot Reads
Published November 23, 2005
The PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS’ Rich Hofmann writes, “The contest between professional athletes and team owners has rarely been more serious. … The battle is everywhere you look” (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS).
The Toronto GLOBE & MAIL’s Carolyn Abraham in a front-page piece
writes, “Young, high-performance athletes who [collapse] suddenly … often
have a congenital heart condition that is missed,
or mistaken as insignificant” (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL).
- Near-death of Red Wings player points to need for defibrillators in all arenas.
- ABC’s soon-to-end 35-year
run of “MNF” began with Jets-Browns in ’70.
’s economic crisis to grow market share. Argentina
- A look at competition among sports
retailers in the
- How members of the Pistons spend the Thanksgiving holiday.