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The Daily's Hot Reads For Monday: Keeping PacePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 14
The PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW's Travis Sawchick writes, "Dead time is playing a large part in baseball's pace-of-game problem ." And by stepping out of the batter's box, "nearly every batter contributes to the game's dead time with an idiosyncratic ritual" ( PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW ). Also, new ...
The NHL has a new ad slogan for the ''95-96 season, according to Kevin Paul DuPont of the BOSTON GLOBE. The new pitch is reportedly "The Coolest Game on Earth," and will replace last year''s "Game On.
The eight team United Baseball League will commence its inaugural season in March ''96, according to an announcement yesterday by UBL COO Mike Stone. The league will consist of a four-team Eastern Div
"Risking a $1 million fine for commenting on the NBA labor situation, Isiah Thomas, part-owner of the expansion Toronto Raptors, broke ranks with his colleagues Thursday," according to Lacy Banks in t
In yesterday''s media teleconference, NBA Commissioner David Stern said a deal is the best way to protect the NBA''s sponsors and the league''s continued growth. Stern: "We are absolutely, flat-out po
"The battle over decertification of the NBA Players Association intensified Wednesday as each side hurled inflammatory rhetoric at the other," according to David Moore in this morning''s DALLAS MORNIN
Baseball''s owners this week "intensified" discussions about adopting a revenue sharing plan next year with or without a new labor agreement, according to the WASHINGTON POST. A committee headed by As
In an interview yesterday with the BOSTON GLOBE''s Jackie MacMullan, NBA Commissioner David Stern said he has "grave concerns" about the ''95-96 season opening on as scheduled on November 3. Stern: "T
Players pushing for decertification meet today in Chicago, and will hold a press conference (Mult., 8/16). On the late edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" last night, Dan Patrick reported that Michael J
George Nicolau, who has served as baseball''s impartial arbitrator since ''86, has been dismissed by club owners. Murray Chass reports in this morning''s N.Y. TIMES that the move "was not a reaction t
"So what exactly has happened to women''s tennis in this country?," writes Susan Festa Fiske of TENNIS magazine. The "most popular explanation is that the paucity of top players is merely cyclical," b