Quote of the Day
align="center">“I want to think of ourselves as a mid-market. Even though we are the smallest media market in the majors, it’s like anything else. If you go in and think you are defeated, you will be defeated.”
Brewers Owner Mark Attanasio, who asked employees not to refer to the team as a small-market franchise (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 4/1).
- intention to sell the Cubs and stake in CSN Chicago. Some other highlights: two baseball writers discuss the state of the league; Bud Selig’s salary dwarfs his counterparts; Ryan Howard and David Wright headline a crop of young marketable players; John Henry says MLB is “determined to limit our baseball revenues;" Jimmie Lee Solomon discusses efforts to enhance diversity; numerous baseball books hit shelves; and there are some winners and some losers among this year’s free agents.
NFL drops preseason game in Beijing to focus on regular- season contest in London.
Florida-UCLA helps CBS reverse downward ratings trend for hoops tourney.
Steinbrenners pull out of New York horse track franchise bid led by Steve Swindal.
One Size Fits All
Nike looks to narrow breadth of products with “Essentials” collection.
NFL reverses course on sideline restriction of local news cameras.
Front Page News
Comcast names Page Thompson President of Golf Channel.
Octagon’s Peter Carlisle expects more deals for Michael Phelps after record-setting week at World Championships.
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