Quote of the Day

"We can’t project exactly the way the next few years are going to play out, but, boy, oh boy, it’s going to be fun."
-- Phillies GM Matt Klentak, on the team implementing a more analytics-driven approach and hiring Gabe Kapler as manager. (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 11/3)
Friday November 3, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 40 Print This Issue

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  • Built Ford Tough?

    Architects found that Ford Field can be made into a state-of-the-art soccer stadium

    Officials working to bring a MLS franchise to Detroit "called a major audible" Thursday by announcing that Ford Field is now the "preferred site" for a potential team, according to sources cited in a front-page piece by Williams & Terry of the DETROIT NEWS. This plan "replaces previous efforts to build a soccer stadium on the site of Wayne County’s unfinished jail" in the Greektown area of Detroit. The plan for a new location was "announced alongside an expanded partnership" between Pistons Owner Tom Gores and Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert that will now include the Ford family, which owns the Lions. Palace Sports & Entertainment Vice Chair Arn Tellem said, "We concluded that the downtown location of an MLS stadium ...

  • Houston Is Hot Tonight

    Fox caps MLB season with second-best World Series viewership since '09.

  • Business As Usual

    CBS' Les Moonves: NFL issues not affecting sponsors' advertising.

  • Fostering Trust

    ESPN Public Editor addresses revised social media policy.

  • Missing In Action

    Deshaun Watson's season-ending injury adds to the list of top NFL stars on the shelf.

  • Everything In Moderation

    Miller Lite cuts back primary deals for Keselowski's No. 2.

  • Off To The Races

    Del Mar Thoroughbred Club ready to host prestigious Breeders' Cup.

  • Help Me Help You

    Cal decides to assume portion of athletic department debt.

  • Different Agendas

    Salute To Service celebration may create awkward NFL weekend with player protests.

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