Monthly Archives: March 2010

Dear Mr. Selig, Division Dissolution Will Not Sell More Baseball Tickets

To dissolve or not to dissolve, that is the question. Commission Bud Selig has been presented with a few ideas to improve the game as MLB tries to offer something new to divert our attention from the steroid saga that … finish reading Dear Mr. Selig, Division Dissolution Will Not Sell More Baseball Tickets

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Minnesota Twins Tickets: A Bittersweet Symphony

The Minnesota sports fans must be in agony. Not only did they just have to listen to Brad Childress tell the public he is going to let Brett Favre waffle all summer long, but they just found out that the … finish reading Minnesota Twins Tickets: A Bittersweet Symphony

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March Madness Tickets to the Selection Sunday Screw Job

Selection Sunday is as much about conference respect as the NCAA Men’s Tournament and this season the power conferences took a huge, humbling blow to the gut. Sure the Big East received eight bids and the Big 12 received seven, … finish reading March Madness Tickets to the Selection Sunday Screw Job

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2010 Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets: The McCourt Divorce Season

Infidelity and unsavory business practices are the backdrop for the Los Angeles Dodgers upcoming season. Accusations and thousand-page divorce documents have been made very public and suddenly Los Angeles Dodgers tickets are available for a family drama fitting of a … finish reading 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets: The McCourt Divorce Season

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2010 MLB Season Surprises

The first official pitch has yet to be thrown at the Cactus League in Arizona and the first error has to doom the Double-A ballplayer trying to get a shot at the majors. Still, most of the American fan base … finish reading 2010 MLB Season Surprises

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