SBD/Issue 192/Hot Reads

Hot Reads

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

U.K. struggling in its effort to develop British-born Wimbledon champ.
Protective insurance policies the norm for top college prospects.

The BOSTON GLOBE's Adam Kilgore writes, "Even if the Nationals don't lose more than the '62 Mets, they still might craft a legacy for their unique pairing of ghastly baseball and darkly comedic sideshows" (BOSTON GLOBE).

The WASHINGTON TIMES' Danny Daly writes the Red Sox headed into this week's series against the Nationals "as arguably the most popular team in baseball, if not all professional sports." But it "hasn't always been this trendy to like the Red Sox" (WASHINGTON TIMES).


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