Quote of the Day

align="center">“I won’t say women belong in the kitchen. But they don’t belong in the dugout.”

— SNY analyst Keith Hernandez, referring to Padres massage therapist Kelly Calabrese. Hernandez later apologized for the remark (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 4/24).

Monday April 24, 2006 Vol. 12 — No. 146 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • OLN Looks To Broaden Offerings Under New "Versus" Moniker
    Plotting a new course for the network, OLN is changing its name to “Versus” and is preparing a multimillion- dollar rebranding campaign, including the design of a new logo. The network says while it won’t abandon its roots in outdoor sports, it will be “opportunistic” in pursuing rights to expand its sports offerings. One big property up for grabs? MLB. But OLN President Gavin Harvey is non-committal about pursuing a baseball deal.

  • Stanley Steamer
    Ratings for opening Stanley Cup Playoff coverage on NBC down sharply from ABC’s numbers two years ago.

    Atomic Bomb
    Bode Miller inks deal with Head to replace Atomic as equipment partner.

    Bolt Action
    San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders encourages Chargers to look outside city for new stadium.

    Prospect Park
    Vince Young signs first endorsement with NetSpend; reports reveal questionable ties between Reggie Bush and owner of family’s home.

    Past Tense
    Red Bulls owner says rumors of potential Cosmos ties are greatly overstated.

    Replay Challenge
    NFL Network to re-air four condensed games per week.

    Domestic Flight?
    Car manufacturers deny Internet report of withdrawal from Nextel Cup.

    Outside The Lines
    NBC adds Andrea Kremer to Sunday night NFL sideline.

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