SBD/Issue 181/Hot Reads
Published June 9, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
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
The CHARLOTTE OBSERVER's Rick Bonnell writes of Bobcats Managing Member of Basketball Operations Michael Jordan, "We don't know, three years into
On The MLB First-Year Amateur Draft:
- Being an MLB scout is a job full of both perks and hardships.
- Amateur draft may be biggest change in MLB in the past 40 years.
- Teams, fans examine draft prospects in greater detail than ever before.
- Fans shouldn't worry about whether Nats can sign Stephen Strasburg.
- NHL reveals details of constitution as evidence in Coyotes case.
- Irish wake held to commemorate Buffalo's Memorial Auditorium.
- Baseball card collecting is in the midst of a recent resurgence.
- Fledgling United Football League gearing up for inaugural season.
- Reworking arena lease deals often creates controversy, complication.
- Writer offers a closer look at the growing sport of sand drag racing.
- F1 in need of "cohesive stability" as budget dispute rages on.
- USA Boxing's reforms on display as it hosts national championships.
- Danica Patrick not distracted by rumors of IRL-to-NASCAR move.