Quote of the Day

"When he retires someday, his body of work will require an election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown."
-- Red Sox Owner John Henry, on team President & CEO Larry Lucchino (BOSTON HERALD, 3/24)
Monday March 25, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 137 Print This Issue

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  • How Sweet It Is

    Yesterday's Kansas-UNC game were among those to see a ratings boost

    Kansas’ win over North Carolina yesterday led all weekend NCAA Tournament games with a 7.3 overnight Nielsen ratings on CBS from 5:15-7:45pm ET, up 14% from a 6.4 overnight for North Carolina-Creighton in the same window last year (also highest-rated game of third round). Indiana’s four-point win over Temple was not far behind Kansas-North Carolina. The game earned a 7.2 overnight from 3:00-5:15pm, up 20% from Michigan State-St. Louis last year. In the early Sunday afternoon window on CBS, Ohio State’s last-second win over Iowa State earned a 5.4 overnight, up 26% from N.C. State-Georgetown last year. Among games on cable TV, Florida Gulf Coast's win over San Diego State last night led the way with a 2.8 overnight on TBS, ...

  • Party Crashers

    Florida Gulf Coast's run to the Sweet Sixteen is drawing unprecedented attention to the school.

  • Kingdom Comes

    Sacramento officials reach deal for new NBA Kings arena.

  • Semi-Charmed Life

    Ravens to open on the road after Baltimore's two pro sports franchises can't resolve issue.

  • Red In The Face

    Red Sox Owner John Henry explains offseason decisions amid ever-present scrutiny.

  • Young Guns

    New MLB ads star several players under 30 as part of efforts to highlight young stars.

  • Grab The Wheel

    JMI Founder Zak Brown could become IndyCar's next CEO.

  • Salty Sendoff

    Dierker leaves Astros after dispute over broadcast role.

  • Prickly Situation

    The NWSL Portland Thorns remove shirt from store shelves amid calls it contains sexist slogan.

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