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In Wrigley Field’s baseball paradise, something is amiss – Chicago Tribune

Thursday, June 25, 2015

In most baseball stadiums, the scoreboard is simply what its name implies — a medium that delivers the message of the score, not to mention whatever ads are plastered on it. But at Wrigley Field, the center-field scoreboard rises beyond the merely utilitarian and becomes — I hesitate to use the word, but it fits — transcendent. Installed in 1937, the scoreboard is the apse of Wrigley’s baseball cathedral, culminating…

Welcome Vanderbilt baseball team back to campus – The Tennessean

Thursday, June 25, 2015

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Jose Canseco entertains Pittsburg baseball crowd in losing effort – Contra Costa Times

Thursday, June 25, 2015

PITTSBURG — Hundreds of fans turned out to City Park #1 on Tuesday evening to witness Jose Canseco’s return to the East Bay, hoping to witness the former Oakland A’s slugger launch a home run or two. But it was Canseco’s pitching arm, not his bat, that did most of the talking on Tuesday. In fact, just days away from his 51st birthday, Canseco was the Diamonds’ most effective pitcher…

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: Best MLB Pitcher Stats, Picks for June 25 – Bleacher Report

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Saving up for a big weekend? Daily fantasy offers a huge opportunity to ease some of the pain to make up for blowing entirely too much money out on the town. In order to make that extra dough, owners will need to know exactly which pitchers to target on Thursday. Luckily, we’ve done the research and have a list of the best pitcher stats and picks for June 25. Before…

Virginia ends lengthy ACC baseball title drought – The Daily Progress

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Nati Harnik Robbie Coman, Kenny Towns, Pavin Smith Virginia’s Robbie Coman (8) and Kenny Towns (9) congratulate Pavin Smith right, on his two-run home that scored Towns against Vanderbilt during the fourth inning of Game 3 of the best-of-three NCAA baseball College World Series finals at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb., Wednesday, June 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik) Posted: Thursday, June 25, 2015 3:16 am Virginia ends lengthy ACC…

Amy Poehler Asks A Critic Of Women’s Sports, ‘Really!?!’ – NPR

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Many people took notice when a Sports Illustrated analyst dismissed women’s sports as “not worth watching” earlier this week. Unfortunately for SI’s Andy Benoit, two of those who noticed were Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. Benoit apologized for his tweet, which was made in response to a colleague ribbing him about his disdain for watching the FIFA Women’s World Cup. But his apology didn’t come soon enough to stop Poehler…

Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler ask SI writer who hates women’s sports: ‘Really!?!’ – Washington Post (blog)

Thursday, June 25, 2015

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Save Your Sport: Ditch Those Flags – Bloomberg View

Thursday, June 25, 2015

The Confederate battle flag’s removal across the South, a necessary change that took far too long to occur, has been debated in the sports world for years. When Mississippi’s two Republican senators on Wednesday suggested replacing the state flag, they acted almost two decades after Ole Miss’s then-chancellor Robert Khayat led an initiative to dissociate his school from Confederate symbols — a move motivated in large part by the mediocre football team’s struggle to recruit black players….

The difference between Apple Watch (stainless steel) and Sport (aluminum) – BetaNews

Thursday, June 25, 2015

After spending 7 days with Apple Watch Sport — and largely enjoying it — time comes to test the next pricier model. When trying to compare the two, I find very little useful from Internet searches. So a primer is in order for other folks also wondering: Which one is right for me? Ultimately, the best answer will come from going into an Apple Store (if there is one nearby)…

How The Northwest Company Became A Sports Merchandising Powerhouse – Forbes

Thursday, June 25, 2015

As sports fans eager to express our allegiances to the world, we take every opportunity to adorn ourselves with the logos of the teams we care deeply about.  From ball caps, to blankets, to shower curtains and steering wheels, there are no limits to what we are often willing to decorate to display our loyalties. Indeed, our propensity to spend on licensed professional and collegiate sports merchandise has created by…

Women’s World Cup: Whining USA told to shut up and play soccer – NJ.com

Thursday, June 25, 2015

All of the drama surrounding the Americans, and their constant complaining, is wearing thin in Canada. As the U.S. gets set to face China in a World Cup match on Friday night, those connected to the tournament are rolling their eyes every time Team USA opens its mouth. Organizers and analysts are growing tired of the Hope Solo saga, the U.S. complaints about the artificial turf, conspiracy theories regarding referees,…

Your swimming pool red-eye isn’t from chlorine—it’s from pee – Quartz

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Planning to cool off this summer by hitting the pool? You might want to pack your goggles to prevent your eyes from turning bloodshot, from… No, not chlorine. Contrary to common belief, it’s not chlorine—not chlorine by itself, anyway—that reddens your eyes. It’s the chemical compounds formed when chlorine reacts with human urine. That’s according to the Healthy Swimming Program, a collaboration between the US Centers for Disease Control, the…

Something is amiss in Wrigley Field’s baseball paradise – Chicago Tribune

Thursday, June 25, 2015

In most baseball stadiums, the scoreboard is simply what its name implies — a medium that delivers the message of the score, not to mention whatever ads are plastered on it. But at Wrigley Field, the center-field scoreboard rises beyond the merely utilitarian and becomes — I hesitate to use the word, but it fits — transcendent. Installed in 1937, the scoreboard is the apse of Wrigley’s baseball cathedral, culminating…

Ashes 2015: Australia batsmen not as strong in England – Swann – BBC News

Thursday, June 25, 2015

This summer’s Ashes series could be decided by the performance of Australia’s batting line-up, says former England spinner Graeme Swann. Australia were beaten 3-0 the last time they toured England, but were 5-0 victors at home in the 2013-14 series. Swann, part of BBC Test Match Special’s ball-by-ball commentary team, said: “I don’t think…

Amy Poehler Just Shut Down Every Sexist Male Sports Fan Out There – Radio.com Music and Entertainment News

Thursday, June 25, 2015

By Shannon Carlin Amy Poehler joined her old pal Seth Meyers to ask REALLY!?! about all those sexist remarks about women’s sports. Specifically, one very sexist remark. Poehler sat down with Meyers on his late night show last night (June 24) to share her feelings on a certain tweet from Sports Illustrated writer Andy Benoit, who let people know how he really feels about not only the Women’s World Cup, but women’s sports…

Professional Soccer Coming to Hartford – NBC Connecticut

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Professional soccer is coming to Connecticut year-round, the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have learned. Professional Sports Management Group is bringing professional soccer to the state and Hartford City FC will play both indoors and outdoors. …

Your swimming pool red-eye isn’t from chlorine—it’s from pee – Quartz

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Planning to cool off this summer by hitting the pool? You might want to pack your goggles to prevent your eyes from turning bloodshot, from… No, not chlorine. Contrary to common belief, it’s not chlorine—not chlorine by itself, anyway—that reddens your eyes. It’s the chemical compounds formed when chlorine reacts with human urine. That’s according to the Healthy Swimming Program, a collaboration between the US Centers for Disease Control, the…

U.S. women’s soccer to play at Heinz Field in August – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Thursday, June 25, 2015

June 24, 2015 11:58 PM Share with others: Related Media: American team scores big television ratings Ron Cook: Pine-Richland High School in national spotlight For Klingenberg and U.S. women, it’s World Cup title or bust Yellow cards bench top American players The first and only time the U.S. women’s national team came to Pittsburgh, it beat Iceland, 3-0, at Heinz Field in September 2004 after…

NASCAR distances itself from Confederate flag – SB Nation

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Attend a NASCAR race, particularly in the South, and it’s not uncommon to see a Confederate flag flying inside the infield. Seeing that symbol — one frequently associated with white supremacy groups — makes team owner Brad Daugherty shake his head with disdain. Daugherty, an African-American, is co-owner of JTG Daugherty Racing, which fields a car for A.J. Allmendinger in the Sprint Cup Series. He is one of the…

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