New Minor League Fantasy Game Could Be A Hit…

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For the most part fantasy sports…from season long to single day and micro games…are all about the stars of today, and building your roster. Every variation comes along with the same theme; do the homework, and win now, or play along with all the numbers and win down the road. Is … [Read more...]

Jackals Baseball: Independent and Consistent For 17 Years

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The state of New Jersey is certainly not at a loss for quality minor league baseball entertainment. Affiliated teams like the Lakewood Blue Claws and the Trenton Thunder as well as the independent Atlantic League’s Camden Riversharks and Somerset Patriots are constantly on the … [Read more...]

Giving “Hot Dog Day” Its Due…

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For all its innovation and brand creativity baseball has yet to have an official hot dog. We have our flashy national Chevrolet promotions, but the food most closely associated with the National Pastime, the hot dog, missed a beat on Thursday as the industry celebrated National … [Read more...]

Quiet Days, Big Opportunities?

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It happens every year and this year we got a double dose. The two days (used to be one) after the MLB All-Star Game are the days with almost no professional game in North America…Wednesday has become ESPY Day and Thursday has been grabbed by Nickelodeon for their Kids Choice … [Read more...]

Chevy Hits An All-Star Homer…

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All-Star Games bring out the best in sponsor activation. Other than the Super Bowl, they are the only events on the calendar that are big attention getters with pre-planned locations well in advance for brands to effectively plot out activation opportunities. No worry about short … [Read more...]

Growing Sports Business; What Is An Accelerator And How Does It Work?

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The explosion of innovation in all things sports business and technology has created a gold rush for new ideas. However like the gold rush, many chase dreams of financial success only to leave with worthless pieces of lead, and sometimes, ideas stolen or good concepts that never … [Read more...]

Tackling Turf Issues With Kim Heck…

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One of the biggest questions around the on-going FIFA Women’s World Cup is not about the players, but about the field itself. WWC is using turf fields vs. grass for the first time, and that has raised a number of issues on durability, sustainability and injury risk. We wanted to … [Read more...]

We Lost A Treasure Tuesday, “The Superstat,” Harvey Pollack…

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If you are a son or daughter of Philadelphia, a fan of theater, or a follower of basketball, college sports or anything to do with statistics your heart should be a little heavier tonight, as we lost our “Superstat” on Tuesday night. Harvey Pollack, the last fulltime employee of … [Read more...]

Father’s Day, Prostate Cancer Awareness Make For A Good Pair

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Saving lives through awareness and prevention one test at a time has been the dogged push for over twenty years for veteran MLB personality Ed Randall. A prostate cancer survivor, his “Fans For The Cure” Foundation has worked independently from an official designation for Major … [Read more...]