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Hot Reads

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

U.S.-Honduras soccer match: not your typical press box atmosphere.
Pirates P Ross Ohlendorf wrote Princeton thesis on MLB draft ROI.

The PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER's Phil Sheridan writes, "The NFL and its media partners celebrate the violence of football. … It is bad for business if fans know too much about the toll the game takes." Also, the INQUIRER's Mike Jensen explores players' difficult transition out of the NFL, and the L.A. TIMES' Bill Dwyre takes a closer look at the advocacy groups for NFL retirees.

The CHARLOTTE OBSERVER's Rick Bonnell writes of Bobcats Managing Member of Basketball Operations Michael Jordan, "We don't know, three years into Jordan running the Charlotte Bobcats, what to make of him as a basketball executive" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER).

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