Quote of the Day

"Miami is a great event city. That’s what it’s known as. It’s not the great sports city we’d like to think we are. (MLS) coming in to compete with us, I wouldn’t want to do that."
-- Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross, on Miami as a sports city. (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 7/30)
Monday July 31, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 229 Print This Issue

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  • Spanish Conquest

    El Clásico Miami drew a sellout crowd of 66,014 at Hard Rock Stadium

    El Clásico Miami on Saturday drew a "sellout crowd of 66,014 at Hard Rock Stadium" for FC Barcelona's 3-2 win against Real Madrid in an "entertaining, action-packed game," according to Michelle Kaufman of the MIAMI HERALD. Although it was officially an exhibition, the "intensity on the field (and in the stands) proved that there is nothing 'friendly' when these two teams get together." It was just the "second time in history the rivals played each other away from Spanish soil, and both teams left most of their starters in well into the second half." FCB Fs Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez "played 63 minutes" and F Neymar "didn't go out until the 72nd minute." Fans "flew in from more than 50 countries for the spectacle and ...

  • Fame & Fortune

    Bud Selig's long journey culminates with induction into the Baseball HOF.

  • United Front

    DC United ownership denies a N.Y. Times report that the team is looking to sell controlling stake.

  • What Does The Fox Say?

    Foxconn and the Bucks are talking naming rights for the new Milwaukee arena.

  • Testing The Waters

    Ravens reach out to sponsors about idea of signing Kaepernick.

  • Car Trouble

    Target leaving NASCAR signals troubling times for racing.

  • Norm Of The North

    The Blue Jays are raising ticket prices for the fourth straight season.

  • Pitcher's Duel

    Red Sox can't put Price-Eckersley incident behind them.

  • Young Living

    Octagon's HQ return to Stamford made with millennials in mind.

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