ON THIS DAY ONE BIG THING Sunday Column WHAT'S NEW

Sunday Column: One Big Thing, On This Day, What's New In Sports

February 16, 2020 One Big Thing: President Donald Trump will attend Sunday’s Daytona 500 and is toying with the idea of getting out on the track himself. Trump is planning to take a lap in the presidential limousine nicknamed “The Beast,” per multiple sources. Though, everyone involved cautions that nothing is finalized at this point. […]

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MLB Could Change Playoff Format To 14 Teams In Post Season

February 10, 2020 Major League Baseball is mulling significant changes to its postseason, including increasing the number of teams from 10 to 14 and adding a reality TV-type format to determine which teams play each other in an expanded wild-card round. MLB is considering a move in which each league would have three division winners […]

ON THIS DAY ONE BIG THING WHAT'S NEW

One Big Thing, On This Day, What’s New In Sports 2/7/20

February 7, 2020 One Big Thing: The Houston Astros’ front office laid the groundwork for the team’s electronic sign-stealing ploys via a program dubbed “Codebreaker” that was introduced by an intern in the organization in September 2016. The Excel-based application designed to decode opposing catchers’ signs was used throughout the 2017 season and for part of […]

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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfered Limits Live Video Feeds, Soon To Rule On Red Sox

February 7, 2020 Major League Baseball intends to impose new limits on what live video is available to teams, and Commissioner Rob Manfred hopes to complete his investigation into alleged electronic sign stealing by the Boston Red Sox before spring training camps open next week. The ongoing issue has already led to a set of significant […]

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"THE CONVERSATION" Episode #3 With Dr. Scott Goldman

February 5, 2020 Dr. Goldman currently serves multiple professional teams as their Director of Performance Psychology. He delivers collaborative and strategic resources that is proactive across all aspects of the organization and contributes to the entire organization’s performance on and off the field. He provides psychological and human system expertise to the Head Coach, General […]

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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. […]

Sunday Column

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,” […]