SBD/Issue 24/Hot Reads

Hot Reads

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Appealing to Hispanic market is part of the DNA of MLS.
Justin Timberlake's golf event brings attention to Shriners hospitals.

NASCAR SCENE's Steve Waid writes NASCAR Founder Bill France Sr., who along with his son Bill France Jr. will be inducted into the sport's HOF, "had the vision and ambition to turn a rogue sport into one that found credibility, stability, organization and acceptance." NASCAR SCENE's Rea White writes France Jr. "saw the potential for stock-car racing to gain in prominence and grab a foothold in the national sports landscape" (SCENEDAILY.com).

The L.A. TIMES' Chris Erskine writes after attending a Red Sox-Angels playoff game at Angel Stadium, "What's happened to our ballparks? … A modern ballpark is electric, in all ways – though it is becoming the absolute worst place to actually watch a game" (L.A. TIMES).

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