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It is only money. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHvixt2zfkM In 1984, President Ronald Reagan attached his signature to legislation that would change cable TV. Reagan socialized cable TV in that...
There is money is baseball https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zW7hhnWG5YE Every year Forbes Magazine comes out with its list of what every Major League Baseball franchise is worth....
AT & T also now owns Turner Sports which includes various partnerships including Turner’s deal with the National Basketball Association and the National Collegiate Athletic Association and one of the major sports TV events, the Men’s College Basketball Tournament.
Twenty years ago, the game of baseball was saved from a sharp decline out of relevance. It was saved by a compelling story about two likable sluggers in the National League Central who were chasing the single season home run record that had stood for 37 seasons.
looking for young people https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qzJ2Jy2wjw Baseball executives are headed to Central Florida for the annual winter meetings with some optimism that baseball is going through a...
Kyle Hendricks is set to pitch for the Cubs, who are trying to overcome a 2-0 deficit against the Dodgers in their NL Championship Series. Hendricks finished the regular season with a 2.19 ERA over his final 13 starts and opened the playoffs with seven scoreless innings against the Nationals
Justin Turner savored every last stride as he followed in Kirk Gibson’s famous footsteps at Dodger Stadium.
Although Clayton Kershaw once again failed to dominate in a postseason start, these Los Angeles Dodgers don’t need one guy to carry them.
Almost five hours after it began the Chicago Cubs had beaten the Washington Nationals 9-8 in front of a standing room only crowd of 42,000 fans on a cool, wet night in Washington. It was a strange game that was hard for both teams to explain but in the end, Chicago will fly to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers in the National League Championship Series.
Moments after his go-ahead hit, Anthony Rizzo walked across the infield at frenzied Wrigley Field and shouted “Respect me! Respect me!”