SBJ/Jan. 24-30, 2011/People and Pop Culture
Faces & Places
Published January 24, 2011, Page 29
This year’s edition of the Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert, put on by Boston Red Sox EVP/GM Theo Epstein and baseball journalist Peter Gammons, raised more than $300,000 for the Foundation To Be Named Later. At Boston’s Paradise Rock Club for the concert Jan. 15 (clockwise from left): Gammons, Epstein, guest MC Mike O’Malley and musicians Bill Janovitz and Kay Hanley.
Emmert addresses NCAA Convention
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NCAA President Mark Emmert speaks during an educational session at the NCAA Convention in San Antonio earlier this month. Close to 3,000 people attended the annual event.
From the mound to management
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At Petco Park Jan. 12 to announce the retirement of Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman and his new position in the Padres’ front office (from left): Manager Bud Black, president and COO Tom Garfinkel, Hoffman, vice chairman and CEO Jeff Moorad, and GM Jed Hoyer.
Cubs owners talk baseball with fans
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The Ricketts family, owners of the Chicago Cubs, had their own session at the 2011 Cubs Convention on Jan. 15 at the Hilton Chicago. From left: Board members Todd Ricketts, Pete Ricketts and Laura Ricketts, Chairman Tom Ricketts and Cubs play-by-play announcer Len Kasper.
CHL commish honored by predecessor
Central Hockey League Commissioner Duane Lewis received the Willis of Texas N. Thomas Berry Commitment Cup from Commissioner Emeritus N. Thomas Berry at the CHL All-Star Banquet on Jan. 11 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Tempe, Ariz.
A night out for scouts foundation
At the eighth annual Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation Awards Dinner on Jan. 15 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles (from left): Padres Vice Chairman and CEO Jeff Moorad, Joe Garagiola Sr., MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, foundation Chairman Dennis Gilbert, Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio and actor/director Rob Reiner.
Terps congregate in Philly
Before the tipoff of the University of Maryland against Villanova University men’s basketball game at the Wells Fargo Center on Jan. 15 (from left): Seventy-Six Capital’s Wayne Kimmel (Maryland '92); entrepreneur Lindy Snider, daughter of Comcast-Spectacor Chairman Ed Snider; Maryland President Wallace Loh; and Comcast-Spectacor VP of public relations Ike Richman (Maryland '88).