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Volume 27 No. 89

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Volume 27 No. 43

Queens' Gambit: Steve Cohen Ready To Usher In New Era For Mets

Cohen said, “I’m essentially doing it for the fans. When I really thought about this, I could make millions of people happy, and what an incredible opportunity that is."

Bloom, Cora Look To Work In Unison To Turn Red Sox Around

Red Sox President & CEO Sam Kennedy believes Chaim Bloom and Alex Cora "must work in unison" for the team to "reach its potential."

Sources: NHL Closing In On Format For '20-21 Hockey Season

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman confirmed that the league has been "exploring short-term hubs, temporary realignment and a reduced schedule."

No Fans Allowed At Cameron Indoor For Duke Basketball Games In '20

The school enters the new season "having sold out its last 472 games at the 9,314-seat Cameron, a streak dating back to Nov. 26, 1990."

Texans Get Major Backlash For Firing Of Comms Exec Amy Palcic

Palcic is widely respected by her peers and journalists, and in '17, the Texans PR staff won the Pete Rozelle Award.

Audience Analysis: NASCAR Cup Series Finale Lower On NBC

The race was down 18% from last year’s finale at Homestead-Miami, and down 26% from two years ago.

Tom Heinsohn, Basketball HOFer And Celtics Lifer, Dies At 86

The NBPA in a statement called Heinsohn one of its “founding fathers” and noted it would not be here “without his commitment and passion for players’ rights."