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Einhorn's New Media Sports Moves Youth Baseball Event To Long Island12 / 05 / 13
New Media Sports LLC, created by White Sox Vice Chair Eddie Einhorn , is moving its annual National Youth Baseball Championships from Memphis to Long Island. The NYBC, played each August, involves 12-year-old players on larger field dimensions and more adult-style playing rules than Little League. ...
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Rainbow Programming Holdings, "which controls" Prism and SportsChannel Philadelphia, said yesterday it would launch a 24- hour cable news channel for the Philadelphia region, according to the PHILADEL
Montreal Alouettes Owner Jim Speros says his threat to pull the team out of the city with more than half the season remaining was a "ploy" to force the hand of political leaders who had agreed last Ma
A kick-off event for the inaugural World Cup of Hockey was held Thursday at Madison Square Garden. Eight teams will compete in the tourney which begins August 26 and concludes September 14: USA, Canad
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The battle between Inglewood and Los Angeles to win a new $200M Kings and Lakers arena is turning into a "political scrimmage of Super Bowl-like proportions," according to the L.A. TIMES. T.J. Simers
In DC, Leonard Shapiro examines Fox/Liberty''s bid for the Bullets, Capitals and Orioles'' TV rights, and its effect on regional sports network Home Team Sports. Shapiro notes that without the teams,
SI''s "Point After" examines the lessons learned in Atlanta by the IOC. For one, IOC execs hope Atlanta''s record as the largest Games "will never be broken," as Sydney organizers plan on fewer specta
The S.F. CHRONICLE profiles Billy Hunter, an Oakland attorney and former U.S. District Attorney, who was elected last month as the new Exec Dir of the NBPA. According to Hunter, "The most important is