Quote of the Day

"I don’t know how you can’t get a feed when you have 47,000 cameras looking at everything. There’s a lot of kinks in the system right now."
-– Red Sox C A.J. Pierzynski, on MLB’s replay center being unable to view a particular feed during Red Sox-Yankees to which TV broadcasts had access. (BOSTON HERALD, 4/14)
Monday April 14, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 148 Print This Issue

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  • It's Not Easy Wearing Green

    Watson's three-stroke lead left CBS with a drama-less back nine at the Masters

    CBS earned a 7.8 overnight for the final round of The Masters yesterday, which saw Bubba Watson take home his second green jacket in three years by topping Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt by three shots. That figure is down 24% from a 10.2 rating for Adam Scott’s playoff win over Angel Cabrera last year. Yesterday's round also is down from Watson’s playoff win over Louis Oosthuizen in ’12. That drew an 8.1 overnight on Easter Sunday ( Austin Karp, Assistant Managing Editor ). In Dallas, Barry Horn writes Spieth for the first seven holes yesterday "was the apple of the CBS eye," but then "came a four-shot swing that left Spieth two shots behind Watson after nine holes." CBS was "left with a drama-less back nine," and ...

  • On The Inside

    Documents offer rare glimpse inside WME/IMG financials.

  • Protecting The Nest

    Hawks tap Turner's Steve Koonin as CEO to oversee all business operations.

  • The Jordan Rules

    Under Armour is poised to benefit from the exposure Jordan Spieth garnered in Augusta.

  • Spitting Mad

    Questions are popping up about MLB's replay system after several high-profile incidents.

  • Lessons Learned

    AEG speaks publicly about expansion following failed sale.

  • Cause For Concern?

    Olympic officials voice their displeasure over construction issues in Rio.

  • Bay City Roller?

    Will Paul McCartney play the opening event at Levi's Stadium instead of the Candlestick farewell?

  • Color Coordinating

    Complaint letter leads to Globe Life change signage at ballpark.

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