Quote of the Day

"That's one of the reasons why a lot of the guys who play in Europe and they do get paid. I think the only tour that doesn't pay is the U.S. Tour."
-- Tiger Woods, admitting that accepting an appearance fee played a role in him beginning his season in Abu Dhabi this weekend instead of at the PGA Tour Farmers Insurance Open. (ESPN.com, 1/24)
Tuesday January 24, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 95 Print This Issue

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  • A Better Life

    Crane said the team will conduct studies to research possible name change

    Astros fans will be able to "bring their own food and water to games this season, reversing a long-standing ban that had given Minute Maid Park a notorious distinction among major league ballparks," according to Zachary Levine of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. New Astros Owner Jim Crane and CEO George Postolos said that food "was the most discussed issue in their meetings with season-ticket holders." Crane yesterday unveiled "a package of fan-friendly measures," announcing that some ticket prices "will fall, and $5 domestic beer will be sold throughout the ballpark." Season-ticket holders, "both full-season and 27-game packages, will receive a 5 percent rebate in the form of a gift card to be used at the ballpark if they renew by Jan. 31." Other po ...

  • The Descendants

    Dodgers get more than 10 bids before deadline passes.

  • Moneyball

    Tiger confirms that appearance fee played a role in decision to play Abu Dhabi this week.

  • The Iron Lady

    Danica cites a "business decision" for skipping the Indy 500 this year.

  • Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

    The Bruins make their White House visit, but Tim Thomas' no-show draws most of the headlines.

  • The Tree Of Life

    USA Today Sports Media acquires Big Lead Sports for about $30M.

  • Real Steel

    Fox nearly sold out of ads for second UFC primetime event.

  • A Separation

    Hawks' Al Horford seen as future candidate to replace Derek Fisher as NBPA President.

  • War Horse

    "Moneyball" nominated for Best Picture, Brad Pitt for Best Actor.

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