Quote of the Day

"Let's keep in mind: It's opening day. There's 56,000 people. That’s a lot of people. The incidents we had relative to that were very few. That said, one is too many."
-- Dodgers Owner Frank McCourt, on a Giants fan being beaten and critically injured in the Dodger Stadium parking lot during Opening Day. (L.A. TIMES, 4/2)
Monday April 4, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 141 Print This Issue

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  • Two Dog Night

    UConn-Kentucky earns best Final Four late window rating since '05

    CBS averaged an 8.9 rating and 15.4 million viewers for its coverage of Saturday's two men's Final Four games, according to Nielsen fast-national data. The rating ties the '10 games as the highest-rated Final Four doubleheader since '05, and the viewership number is the highest since 16.6 million in '05. The first game, Butler-VCU, averaged an 8.3 rating and 14.2 million viewers. The second game, UConn-Kentucky, delivered a 9.5 rating, the best in that window since a 10.9 in '05. UConn-Kentucky averaged 16.7 million viewers.

  • Now On Draft

    Anheuser-Busch kicking off six-year NFL deal with "Best Round Ever" Draft promotion.

  • Safety First

    "Madden" players now will leave games after concussions.

  • The Tale Of Two Cities

    Reds open season with more than 105,000 fans; Indians set low attendance marks.

  • Yard Work

    Non-arena portions of Atlantic Yards likely to see delays.

  • Lighting The Flame

    Wozniacki's new Oriflame deal puts her close to $10M in annual earnings.

  • To Be Frank

    McCourt defends Dodger Stadium safety despite assault of Giants fan on Opening Day.

  • Sacked For A Loss

    Tom Brady could suffer short-term image hit from NFL suit.

  • Beat It

    Fulham Chair says if fans "can go to hell" if they don't like Jacko statue.

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