“Make no mistake, owners have chosen to take on these loans because, in normal times, it is a smart financial decision,” Boras wrote. “But, these unnecessary choices have now put them in a challenging spot. Players should stand strong because players are not the ones who advised owners to borrow money to purchase their franchises and players are not the ones who have benefited from the recent record revenues and profits.” … [Read more...] about Boras to Clients in Memo: Don’t Bail Out Baseball Owners
(CBSNewYork)- Major League Baseball owners presented their first proposal in financial negotiations to the Players Association Wednesday and the response from players has been swift. New York Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman was among those who weren’t feeling overly optimistic after seeing the proposal. This season is not looking promising. Keeping the mind and body ready regardless. Time to dive into some life-after-baseball projects. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Brighter times remain ahead! … [Read more...] about ‘The Season Is Not Looking Promising’: Mets Pitcher Marcus Stroman Among Several Players Speaking Out About MLB’s Pay Scale Proposal
The mask featured the “thin blue line” version of the American flag, a well-known pro-police symbol since 2014. But the mask caused blowback in light of the Black Lives Matter rioting in Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd, a man who died in police custody. … [Read more...] about Twins Outfielder Max Kepler Apologizes for Wearing Blue Lives Matter Mask Amid George Floyd Protests
So what's the difference between HBO Now and HBO Max? Well, fans of '90s sitcoms that are far inferior to "Seinfeld" will be happy to learn that they now have the access to "Friends." A host of other popular comedies like "The Big Bang Theory," "Rick and Morty," and "Adventure Time" (with new episodes premiering June 25,2020) will be available as well. … [Read more...] about HBO Max is here and free for 7 days … but what is it?
Talbot played in Pittsburgh for six seasons, registering 108 points and was a member of the 2009 Stanley Cup championship team. Armstrong recorded 98 points during his three seasons in Pittsburgh and regularly appears on AT&T Sportsnet’s postgame coverage for the Penguins’ broadcasts. … [Read more...] about Living Room Sports: Max Talbot And Colby Armstrong Talk Stanley Cup Memories And Rooming With Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin