Quote of the Day
"We recognize if we don’t connect with the next generation of fans, we are dead."–- Red Sox COO and Fenway Sports Group President Sam Kennedy, on the team’s digital strategy partnership with Sapient Corp. (BOSTON GLOBE, 3/31)
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig today lauded the league's new drug-testing policy, saying there is "no question we have the toughest testing program in American sports." MLB and the MLBPA on Friday announced increased testing protocols and penalties for use of PEDs. A first-time violation now yields an 80-game suspension, up from 50 games; a second-time violation warrants a 162-game suspension, up from 100 games; and a third violation remains a lifetime suspension. Players violating the policy also will be ineligible to play in the postseason that season or receive playoff shares. Appearing on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike," Selig said, "The players’ association played a very constructive, active role in that process, and I give them ...
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