Quote of the Day

"We’re business-oriented for one reason … and that is to be able to give the right people the amount of money that it takes to be successful."
-- Red Sox Owner John Henry, on the team's high payroll. ("The Dennis & Callahan Morning Show," WEEI-AM, 10/7)
Friday October 7, 2011 Vol. 18 — No. 20 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Tiger Blood

    Yankees' loss in Game Five marked best LDS audience on cable ever

    TBS earned a 6.2 fast-national Nielsen rating and 9.7 million viewers for Thursday's night’s Tigers-Yankees ALDS Game Five, marking the highest-rated LDS game ever on cable TV and highest-rated LDS game of any sort since Fox’ telecast of Angels-Yankees Game Five in ’05, which earned an 8.9 rating and 13.7 million viewers.

  • Alternate Route

    TCU runs a reverse, is expected to join Big 12 next year instead of Big East.

  • Obstacle Course

    NFL reportedly has not agreed to AEG's business proposal for potential return to L.A.

  • Order A Round

    Judge upholds Molson-NHL deal in time for start of season.

  • First Quarter Burst

    Fox seeing record ratings through first four weeks of NFL season.

  • Stepping Into The Box

    Bud Selig talks about expanded playoffs, his time as commissioner.

  • Start Your Engines

    Cars.com will have Super Bowl ad for fifth straight year.

  • Romper Room

    "OTL" segment on Hank Williams Jr. gets out of hand quickly.

  • K.C. Masterpiece

    Sporting KC sponsoring James Buescher's No. 30 car in Saturday's Nationwide race.

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