Quote of the Day
"The Our Time stuff, if I could go back, I’d try to nip that in the bud."-- Royals RF Jeff Francoeur, on the team promoting its "Our Time" slogan throughout the offseason in the midst of a 3-13 start to the year. (K.C. STAR, 4/24)
The Nets, who are moving to Brooklyn next season, "hardly engendered fealty through their" 35 years in New Jersey, so even last night’s "going away party was streaked with an ironic twist," according to Mike Vorkunov of the Newark STAR-LEDGER. A franchise "accustomed to playing in half-full arenas and barely-there crowds [was] finally received by a sold-out Prudential Center, if only, because they came to say goodbye." Those on hand for the Nets' loss to the 76ers "were taken through a feel-good march through the franchise’s yesteryears." The Nets had "always been on shaky ground and their departure has been expected, for the latter part of the last decade." The team "had trouble filling seats" in '02 and '03, when they went to ...
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