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What's New In The Sports, Knicks Fire President Steve Mills, UConn Women Lose Big & Much More

February 4, 2020 The New York Knicks fired President Steve Mills on Tuesday, shaking up the front office just two days before the NBA trade deadline. General manager Scott Perry will take over control of the basketball operations, the person said, speaking to the AP on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made. […]

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Sunday Column: Eli Manning, Derek Jeter, Super Bowl LIV, Ed Orgeron & Much More

Sports & Entertainment news for the week of January 20-26, 2020 New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is retiring after 16 seasons and two Super Bowl MVPs. Manning is the son of longtime New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning and the brother of star QB Peyton Manning. “We are proud to have called Eli Manning our quarterback for so many years,” […]

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One Big Thing, On This Day, What's New In Sports 1/23/20

January 23, 2020 One Big Thing: Derek Jeter, the longtime New York Yankees captain, appeared on 396 of 397 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, falling just short of the record set last year when longtime Yankees teammate Mariano Rivera became the first unanimous selection. Jeter’s 99.7 voting percentage moved above Ken […]

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Don Mattingly, Marlins Reportedly Agree To 2-Year Contract Extension

Sports That Matters Powered By  INTERTOPS Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses September 20, 2019 Throughout the recent years of the Miami Marlins dysfunction, manager Don Mattingly has been the one constant in the organization. So, Marlins CEO Derek Jeter has decided to sign him to an extension. As first reported by Daniel […]

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Remembering Steve McNair, John Sterling Has The Days Off, Duke Lands Another Prize Recruit

Sports That Matters Powered By July 5th, 2019 Welcome back hope your 4th was a great one! 1. On this day in sports 1934 Lou Gehrig hits record 17th career grand slam in Yankees 8-3 win v Washington, passes Babe Ruth‘s total 1947 Cleveland Indians rookie Larry Doby becomes 1st black player in AL when he strikes out […]

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Bellinger Stays Hot, Blues Up 2-1, Nuggets and 76ers Win, Twins Hit 50th HR

Michael Bari Show Daily April 30th, 2019 Welcome back have a great Tuesday! What’s New: The NCAA Wrestling Rules Committee recommended allowing wrestlers to compete in shorts designed for the sport and removing all language in the rules book regarding the length of a wrestler’s hair. The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved hydration […]

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MURRAY STATE RACERS UPSET MARQUETTE, YANKEES SPRING TRAINING, KAEPERNICK SETTLEMENT

MICHAEL BARI SHOW DAILY March 22nd, 2019 Welcome back! Have a Great Friday! In 2018, Adidas earned $232 million in brand value from sponsored properties through social media from posts promoting its brand. Nike was 2nd at $198M, according to Hookit! On This Day In Sports: 1958 20th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Seattle, 84-72 1964 LPGA Western Open […]