Quote of the Day

"I don't really care about what takes place with us going forward, who we're playing, where we're playing. It's more of a concern of what's going on back home."
-– Rays manager Kevin Cash, on Hurricane Irma's impact on the team's upcoming schedule. (TAMPA BAY TIMES, 9/11)
Monday September 11, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 259 Print This Issue

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  • Jack Of All Trades

    Veteran TV producer and a longtime NBC exec DON OHLMEYER , who "guided the network's West Coast division during its 1990s primetime heyday," passed away yesterday at the age of 72, according to Abid Rahman of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Ohlmeyer began his career at ABC and was "among the first producers" on "Monday Night Football." He also "worked on the network's Olympic coverage." In '77, he "moved to NBC Sports and executive produced NFL and MLB games." He left NBC in '82 to "start his own production company, Ohlmeyer Communications, which focused on made-for-television movies and sports specials like golf's Skins Game." Ohlmeyer was rehired by NBC in '93, and his second run at the net "cemented his legacy as he helped it to first ...

  • Feeling The Effects

    Outer facade of Marlins Park roof damaged from Hurricane Irma.

  • Playing The Long Game

    The legal tug-of-war continues over Ezekiel Elliott, as the NFL appeals his injunction.

  • Shining Star

    Tony Romo receives resounding praise for his first CBS broadcast.

  • We're In This Together

    The Browns may have provided teams with a new pregame demonstration model.

  • Remember The Name

    Sloane Stephens' U.S. Open win has pundits hailing her as tennis' brightest young star.

  • Iron Deficiency

    Cal Ripken Jr. won't return to TBS' MLB playoff coverage.

  • Take Me Out

    Rams' attendance troubles in L.A. continue as new season begins.

  • The Hunger Games

    Richard Petty Motorsports struggling in renewal efforts with top sponsor Smithfield Foods.

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