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Increasing Role of Baseball Museums

Increasing Role of Baseball Museums

Steven March 11, 2013 0

Hillel Kuttler | New York Times March 5, 2013 With a recent rise in baseball museums located within baseball stadiums there is an growing need for baseball team historians. Currently, nearly half of MLB

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Alex Rodriguez and Other Stars Linked to Recent Use of PED’s

Alex Rodriguez and Other Stars Linked to Recent Use of PED’s

Sports and Society Administrator January 29, 2013 0

By Tim Elfrink | Miami New Times Thursday, Jan 31 2013 A list of athletes who reportedly visited Biogenesis, a company linked to the sales of performance enhancing drugs, has been leaked. Some of

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Dodgers Agree to $7-8 Billion TV Deal

Dodgers Agree to $7-8 Billion TV Deal

Sports and Society Administrator January 29, 2013 0

By Evan Peaslee | NextSportStar.com January 28, 2013 The Los Angeles Dodgers and Time Warner Cable have agreed to a television deal that is reportedly worth between $7-8 billion over the next 25 years.

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The True Cost of the New Marlins Stadium

The True Cost of the New Marlins Stadium

Sports and Society Administrator January 25, 2013 0

Barry Petchesky | Miami Herald January 24, 2013 The Miami Marlins new stadium was funded in part by using money provided by Miami-Dade County. As part of the deal Miami-Dade borrowed more than $400

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Stan Musial, Beloved by All

Stan Musial, Beloved by All

Sports and Society Administrator January 22, 2013 0

Gerald Eskenazi | Wall Street Journal January 21, 2013 St. Louis Cardinals slugger Stan Musial was great, not just in terms of his statistics, but in the way that he defined his era. With

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Fred Wilpon & Arthur Miller: One-On-One

Fred Wilpon & Arthur Miller: One-On-One

Sports and Society Administrator December 31, 2012 0

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