Monthly Archives: August 2011

Baseball’s Legitimacy and Milk: An Expert’s Take on A-Rod’s Poker Habit

Alex Rodriguez is under investigation by Major League Baseball for allegedly participating in illegal poker games.  Sources from the Commissioners Office have told the media that Rodriguez could even be suspended if the rumors are confirmed.  Rodriguez and the MLB … Continue reading

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News & Notes 8.4.11

MLB to Investigate A-Rod’s Poker Activity: The Associated Press Reports Major League Baseball plans to interview Yankee 3B Alex Rodriguez as part of an investigation into his participation in illegal poker games.  Rodriguez was reportedly seen by several people at … Continue reading

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News & Notes 8.3.11

Stern Will Not Get Paid During Lockout:  ESPN.com reports that NBA Commissioner David Stern will not collect his estimated $23 million salary while the NBA is locked out. Earlier this week, 76er Spencer Hawes questioned via Twitter, why there were … Continue reading

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The NBA Lockout: Turning Things Around

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News & Notes 8.2.11

Stern Accuses Players Of Bad-Faith Bargaining: CBS Sports reports that after a nearly three-hour farce of a bargaining session – the first between the two sides since owners imposed a lockout on July 1 – NBA Commissioner David Stern fielded … Continue reading

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News & Notes 8.1.11

NBA Lockout Negotiations Resume: The USA Today breaks down the top issues for Monday’s meeting between the NBA owners and the players – the first time the two sides have met since July 1. Monday’s agenda will likely concentrate on … Continue reading

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