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ESPN Continues to Lose Subscribers at an Alarming Rate

The news that ESPN continues to lose subscribers should be coming as no surprise because people are cutting their cable or satellite or phone...

Overtime Rule Delayed Indefinitely

The following is a re-printed story written by Oliver Spurgeon III that was originally posted November 29, 2016 on Open Space, the official blog...

World Baseball Softball Confederation Sees Rapid Facebook Page Growth

The official Facebook page of the World Baseball Softball Confederation was the top sports page on Facebook in terms of year-to-year (%) follower growth...

Nightengale: Winners, Losers of Baseball’s New Labor Agreement

There is a new collective bargaining agreement, with plenty of new wrinkles, but unless you count the personal chefs now required in each clubhouse,...

Nightengale: The Day MLB Changed Forever: When Reggie Jackson Struck it Rich

The Rolls-Royce Corniche, with the burgundy exterior and tan leather interior, still sits proudly in Reggie Jackson’s garage, symbolizing the power of free agency. Exactly 40...

Adidas Concept Shoe is Touted as First to Utilize Biosteel Fiber

The Adidas Futurecraft Biofabric concept model is being touted as the world’s first performance shoe to utilize Biosteel fiber, a replication of natural silk...

Barker: Sixty Years on From Melbourne 1956 – an Olympics Which Faced Familiar Problems

It all sounds very familiar. Warnings about the lack of progress from the International Olympic Committee (IOC), disputes over venues, delays in construction, strikes...

Thursday Night Football Was NBC’s Most Watched November Thursday Show Since 2006

NBC’s first-ever telecast of Thursday Night Football averaged 13.3 million TV-only viewers – ranking as the network’s most-watched Thursday night show in November since...

San Diego Got Money for an Arena?

While the Spanos family attempts to figure out the next move in finding a home for the family owned San Diego Chargers following the...

Los Angeles Voters Approve $120 Billion Transit Overhaul with Eyes on Olympics

Los Angeles County voters approved a transformative $120 billion transit overhaul which will deliver new rail lines, bus services and highway improvements, highlighting the...

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