Quote of the Day

"Often times fans have this tendency to say, ‘Well, let’s go out and get the best player we possibly can.’ Well, guess what, there’s 31 other teams that are actually competing with him."
-- Rams coach Jeff Fisher, on why criticism of the Dolphins' front office is unfair. Fisher was a finalist for the Dolphins' coaching position this offseason before choosing the Rams. (SUN-SENTINEL.com, 3/27)
Wednesday March 28, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 141 Print This Issue

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  • This Magic Moment

    McCourt has reached $2B deal to sell Dodgers to Guggenheim Baseball Management

    The Dodgers bid group led by Basketball HOFer Magic Johnson and former Nationals and Braves President Stan Kasten overnight emerged as the winner for the iconic MLB franchise, as the group struck a deal with outgoing Owner Frank McCourt for $2B. The sum is nearly double the prior record paid for any North American sports franchise, and nearly two-and-a-half times the Ricketts family's $845M purchase of the Cubs in '09, MLB's prior high mark. The Johnson-Kasten group, called Guggenheim Baseball Management, is backed by Chicago-based financial services firm Guggenheim Partners. The group also includes Warriors co-Owner and Mandalay Entertainment Group Chair & CEO Peter Guber, and Guggenheim CEO Mark Walter, President Todd Boehly and ...

  • Konnichiwa, MLB

    The Mariners beat the A's in the MLB season opener, as the Tokyo Dome crowd welcomes home Ichiro.

  • Hello, Jerry

    Is Jerry Jones' stance on the cap penalties a sign he's back to “his old rebellious self?"

  • Early Bird Gets The Worm

    CBS’ McManus talks reasoning behind decision to keep UK-Louisville out of late slot.

  • Six Shooter

    Rutgers asks the Big East for financial relief after landing just six home games.

  • Gang Green

    Nike sues Reebok over Tebow-related Jets merchandise.

  • Winning Drive

    Sprint to let fans do driver intros at NASCAR All-Star Race.

  • Batter Up

    Could Padres investor Ron Fowler become next owner?

  • Taking The Mound

    Chuck Greenberg talks about how he brought Kenny Powers to Myrtle Beach for "Eastbound & Down."

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