SBD/Issue 25/Hot Reads
Published October 17, 2006
The Toronto GLOBE & MAIL’s Brian Milner writes NHLers “are gaining a bigger voice in the way their sport is being marketed, a striking departure from the old adversarial relationship between players and owners and one of the promised outcomes of the new [CBA]” (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL).
The TORONTO STAR’s Jeff Beer writes, “Online for just over a year, Deadspin
has become one of the most talked about sports sites, with more than 4 million page views a month” (TORONTO STAR).
- Will football brawl set
’s reputation back? Univ.of Miami
- Dave Dombrowski’s rebuilding of the Tigers began in ’01.
- Ways for Tigers fans to get sold-out World Series tickets.
immigration restrictions affect decisions by MLB teams. U.S.
takes unique approach toward financing new arena. Orlando
- Why doesn’t NASCAR employ mobile rescue teams?
, looks to benefit from Red Bulls’ stadium. Harrison, New Jersey
- Debate continues on how to improve
soccer system. U.S.
- Despite gambling ban, Israelis flock to first horse racetrack.
- Professional cheerleader Krazy George invented “the wave” in ’81.
- Norm Chad decries the televising of high school sports.