Quote of the Day

"There are not 56,000 people that want to sit through nine innings with a scorecard in their lap anymore. We’ll have a sellout at Dodger Stadium and it seems like half of them are on the concourse. We’re watching the game in our pocket, but we’re social animals, so I hope the thought of going to the ballpark will not leave our psyche."
-- Dodgers Senior VP/Planning & Development Janet Marie Smith, on the future of MLB. (THE DAILY)
Friday April 21, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 156 Print This Issue

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  • Looking In The Mirror

    Sabres Owner Terry Pegula on Friday "repeatedly stressed discipline, structure, communication and character" while discussing the firing of GM Tim Murray and coach Dan Bylsma, according to John Vogl of the BUFFALO NEWS. Pegula during a 15-minute press conference said, "Accountability starts with me. We are not happy with our season this year, and there are no excuses. Six years ago, I stood here and told the Buffalo Sabres fans that the reason for our existence was to win the Stanley Cup. That is still the truth. One team wins the Cup. We expected more this season.” Vogl notes in "accepting blame," Pegula acknowledged he "wished he was more involved in the hiring of Murray four years ago." Pegula added that he and his wife, Kim, "inte ...

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