Quote of the Day

"Tolerance is not the word; we’re looking for acceptance. You tolerate someone smoking. I know it’s a little bit semantics, but we’re trying to get past that."
-- Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo, on efforts to make NFL players accepting of gay players in the league. (HOLLYWOODREPORTER.com, 3/27)
Thursday March 28, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 140 Print This Issue

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  • McCarving A Legacy

    Buck (l) and McCarver have been MLB booth partners for 17 years

    Fox MLB analyst Tim McCarver yesterday announced he will not seek a contract extension once his current deal expires at the end of the '13 season. He noted the decision walk away from the Fox booth was not a tough one at all. He said, “It’s not a sad thing for me. I have neither tired of broadcasting baseball nor in any way lost my interest in the game. I don’t think there was any one event. I just thought, ‘It’s gotta end sometime.’” McCarver has worked a record 23 World Series and 20 All-Star games, including 28 straight MLB postseasons on network TV. The 71-year-old added that health was not a factor in his decision, saying he will work Fox’ entire ’13 schedule. He said, “I ...

  • Ladies' Night

    ESPN, WNBA sign six-year deal worth $12M annually that is not a part of net's NBA pact.

  • Come Together

    Perform Group to combine U.S. assets with Sporting News.

  • A Year Can Change A Lot

    Sony Open targeting April '14 to begin Crandon Park upgrades.

  • Diamond Discount

    Bud Selig sees nothing wrong with the Astros entering the season with a $25M payroll.

  • Strip Tease

    UNLV drops Majestic Realty from stadium project due to skepticism from resort industry.

  • This Ship Has Sailed

    College basketball's Carrier Classic will not be played on the shores of Charleston this fall.

  • The One And Only

    St. Andrews Links Trust seeking to trademark name.

  • Netting A Profit

    Paul Rabil has been dubbed lacrosse's first million-dollar man due to a growing endorsement portfolio.

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