1. The New Moneyball Theory Continues: Rays, Rangers Top “Smartest Spenders”

    Somewhere Vince Naimoli and Tom Hicks are scratching their heads. The former owners of the Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers were vilified during their mismanaged runs at the top, promising much and delivering little more than mistakes and apathy...

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  2. Getting the Big East Back to What It Was Once Known For—Rebounding

    There was a time when The Big East was a reflection of its member institutions and the leadership of college legends like Dave Gavitt and Mike Tranghese. Tough, gritty, hard charging and strong...

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  3. French Soccer Gains American Fans, Global Attention with Thrilling Super Cup

    Despite unforeseen transit delays for fans, a torrential downpour moments before kickoff and a crowded local sports schedule, French football held its own and then some on Saturday at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N...

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  4. French Cup Officially Opens European Football Season—in New Jersey

    While many of the elite clubs of Europe are playing “friendlies” around the United States these next few weeks, it will actually be two elite French clubs that will play ...

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  5. Trying to Right an Olympic Hoops Wrong 40 Years Later

    For fans of American sport of a certain age, nothing can ever replace the glory of “Miracle on Ice.” If you are a little older and happen to be from Russia, then probably your moment in sports time came a little earlier...

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  6. Agassi, McEnroe Give a Glimpse of the Past and a Help to the Future

    There they were, slugging away point after point— crosscourt volleys, down the line passing shots...

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  7. Tony Luftman: Former UCLA Bruin Loving the Tennis Life in New York

    As a former UCLA basketball manager and then announcer, Tony Luftman has been a part of a great deal of Bruins hoops history...

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  8. Coach Mike Krzyzewski Looks at Olympic Lessons Learned in Past and Present

    As we inch closer to the London Olympics, more and more focus is being put on the big stories of the Games— the big stars, the big controversies, the big breakthroughs...

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  9. World TeamTennis Tips off 2012 Season with Stars and Fun

    Sandwiched between the end of Wimbledon and the start of the Olympics, trying to fit between the US Open series and the attention of other sports for the casual fan, the 37th season ...

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  10. Old School Baltimore Orioles Join the 21st Century: The Proof Is in the Results

    It has been an interesting time along the respective Beltways for baseball fans this spring and early summer...

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  11. A French Soccer Title Comes to America

    There might not be a higher awareness on a day-to-day basis amongst casual sports fans for soccer than there is today...

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  12. London 2012: "Crossroads of the World" Will Determine Olympic Glory

    The sport of wrestling is as old as, well, the Olympic movement itself. It wouldn't be a stretch to even hearken back to the days of the Roman Coliseum, to see two gladiators rolling ...

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  13. Andre Agassi, John McEnroe Agree: Current Tennis Stars Are Golden

    It did not take much for two tennis Hall of Famers to agree on the question of the day that the current hierarchy of men’s tennis—Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, as well as ...

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  14. Wakefield and Dickey Toss Opening 'Knuckleball'

    One of the opening weekend highlights of the ongoing TriBeCa Film Festival in New York was Saturday's outdoor screening of the new documentary Knuckleball! , which tells the stories ...

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  15. Jeremy Lin Likely to Be Good as New According to Top Knee Doctor

    Dr. Jonathan Glashow, noted orthopedic surgeon and co-chief of sports medicine at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center, has worked with athletes for nearly two decades in private ...

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  16. Being 'Larry Bird:' Tug Coker Brings the Celtics Legend to the Stage

    Over the past few weeks, all the talk in sports business has been about Magic Johnson . From “The Announcement” to buying the Dodgers, the Hall of Famer and entrepreneur has made headline after headline...

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  17. Fantasy Baseball 2012: 5 Solid Apps for Covering the Diamond

    While the A’s and Mariners got things going last week in Japan, for most fans, next Thursday and Friday will mark Opening Day...

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  18. Ready for the Mercedes Lakers?

    Several recent stories have pointed to the fact that the NBA may be the first professional league of the big four in the United States to put sponsors on uniforms ...

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  19. Football Power AS Roma Is Going to Disney

    After all these years of soccer in America being considered a “Mickey Mouse” sport, it may actually be Mickey Mouse—or at least the brand that he is tied to—that helps put global soccer on the map in the United States...

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  20. New "Color Him Orange" Biography Features Syracuase's Jim Boeheim

    For sure, it has been a difficult few months for Syracuse basketball . Which, by extension, means things have been better for Jim Boeheim, who is as connected with his school as ...

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  21. Can March Madness Pools Land You in Jail?

    As March Madness gets going in full today and tomorrow, the brackets will be finished and dollars (allegedly) collected for the office pools, but what about all those online pools, even the ones managed by the guy down the cubicle...

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  22. Intangibles on Asheville's Side as They Come Ready to Take on 'Cuse?

    Could karma be pointing to Pittsburgh and the CONSOL Energy Center this Thursday, when the Big South Champion UNC Asheville Bulldogs take on the top-ranked Syracuse Orangemen, now ...

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  23. Dwight Howard Picks New 'Team'

    This morning, following a disappointing loss to the Charlotte Bobcats , an announcement was made that the Orlando Magic ’s Dwight Howard was joining a new team...

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  24. Rick Peterson Glad to Be Back in the Game

    Last year at this time, Rick Peterson was getting ready to take a trip to Italy, not the place where one of pitching’s most innovative minds usually spend March...

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  25. Cubs Join the New Age of Player Evaluation

    One thing that you realize right away about Cubs Assistant to the GM, Shiraz Rehman, is that he is a likable, unassuming guy...

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