Wednesday September 15, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 3 Print This Issue

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  • Bud Selig has long said he did not want to play baseball games in November, and the commissioner will get his wish next year. The tentative ’11 MLB schedule has the start of the season moving up several days in order to ensure the Fall Classic will conclude in October. However, that will mean the end to several long-held traditions, including seasons beginning on a Monday afternoon and ending on a Sunday. Meanwhile, this year’s road to the postseason winds down, but some fan bases have yet to fully get playoff fever. The Rays and Yankees are playing a highly entertaining series for first place in the AL East, but there have been close to 10,000 empty seats at Tropicana Field for each of the firsttwo games. Likewise, the Reds are nearing their first playoff berth in 15 years, but the club drew its lowest crowd of '10 earlier this week.

  • Back In A Big Way

    PepsiCo expected to be one of biggest spenders for Super Bowl XLV as company brings beverages back to big game with three Pepsi Max ads.

  • Feeling Green

    Jets reportedly to face fine in wake of Sainz incident; Ryan volunteers to talk to league.

  • Taking A Break

    CBS' Shannon Sharpe to step aside from "NFL Today" role until resolution of legal issue

  • End Of An Era

    Chiefs President Denny Thum steps down effective immediately after 36 years with team.

  • Where Are The Wild Things?

    Craig Leipold says Wild experiencing "hiccup" in ticket sales, could see sellout streak end.

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