Kurkjian: Why milestones matter more in baseball (ESPN)

Kurkjian: Why milestones matter more in baseball (ESPN)
From “755” to “61” to many more, milestone numbers in baseball are seemingly more important than those in other sports.

Major League Baseball ‘Drops the Ball’ in Inaugural Civil Rights Game (U.S. Newswire via Yahoo! News)
In a groundbreaking event intended to honor the Civil Rights movement, Major League Baseball (MLB) “dropped the ball by including the racially offensive Cleveland Indians” in the inaugural game, according to National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) President Joe A. Garcia.

Relive Broncos’ first Super Bowl on NFL Network (Denver Post)
John Elway prayed. “I can remember being in my room the week before the Super Bowl and praying, ‘God, just give me a chance to win this game in the end. Just give me a chance to be in it with four, five or six minutes left.”‘

BCRadio Podcast: JaMarcus Russell, NFL Draft, March Madness, Oblivion , and House (Blogcritics.org)
Download BCRadio Podcast Blogcritics Sports Editor Matt Sussman plays “Fact or Fiction” about March Madness, Major League Baseball, David Carr, Randy Moss, and the NFL Draft. Ken Edwards also stops by to talk about the big new title on PS3, Oblivion . In the opening segment, I yammer about this week’s episode of House . If you missed it, Diane Kristine will have the latest for you . …

RICK HURD: INSIDE BASEBALL: La Russa’s great chance to boldly step up to plate (Contra Costa Times)
Tony, suspend yourself! Yes, I’m serious. One game. Post a Comment

Instant replay here to stay, NFL decides (Akron Beacon Journal)
NFL owners, at meetings in Phoenix, Ariz., voted 30-2 on Tuesday to make instant replay a permanent officiating tool. All but three stadiums will be equipped with high-definition equipment and will be recabled before the upcoming season, at a cost of as much as $300,000 per team. The stadiums being replaced in Irving, Texas, Indianapolis and East Rutherford, N.J., will not get the updates.

Baseball opts to shut out fans (Deseret Morning News)
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before the greed of big-time sports owners has once again hurt the fans who support their game.

Baseball holds its ground on TV plans (Calendarlive.com)
WASHINGTON Baseball fans hoping lawmakers would charge in from the bullpen and save their ability to watch out-of-market games didn’t get much relief Tuesday.

Buck won’t do Fox’s NFL pregame show (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Fox, the maverick in sports television, won’t be bucking the trend next fall as it did last season when Joe Buck served as its NFL pregame show host and lead play-by-play broadcaster. It was the first time a network television announcer filled both roles simultaneously.

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