Atlanta Braves Could Lose $60 Million If Coronavirus Shortens MLB Season To 80 Games

April 9, 2020 The Atlanta Braves could have an operating loss of around $60 million this year, according to a report today from John Tinker of G.research LLC. The report assumes that, because of the coronavirus crisis, the baseball season will start on the July 4 weekend and be reduced to 80 regular-season games (40 home […]


"THE CONVERSATION" Episode #33, With Dan Schlossberg, Analyst, Commentator, Writer Author

March 26, 2020 Former Associated Press newsman Dan Schlossberg, a lifelong resident of Northern New Jersey, is one of the country’s premier baseball experts.  Dan boasts a 49-year journalism career that spans the gamut from broadcast analyst and commentator, to writer, author, and entrepreneur.  He has won awards for writing, editing, graphic design, and public […]


What's New In Sports, NFL CBA, Sharapova Retires, Burrows At NFL Combine

February 28, 2020 The NFL’s proposed collective bargaining agreement has been passed on to the players for a full vote, but several of those players have made it clear they’re opposed to the deal. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been one of the major dissenters in discussions about the current plan and posted a […]


Atlanta Braves Postseason Just Started, And They Are Already in Trouble

Sports That Matters Powered By  INTERTOPS Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses October 3, 2019 The Atlanta Braves entered the 2019 postseason full of hope and high on potential. In the regular season, the club posted its highest win total—97—since 2003. Its den of young stars, led by downballot MVP candidate Ronald Acuña Jr. in the […]