Q&A with Steve Berthiaume, Host ESPN Baseball Tonight

For anyone that thinks the road to Television notoriety is paved with catered meals and company cars, think again. Way before Steve Berthiaume ever set foot on the campus of ESPN, he was the weekend sportscaster in market #197, Charlottesville, Virginia. After years of hard work climbing the market ladder and honing his craft, Berthiaume […]

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Want to Intern with the New York Yankees?

Working for a professional sports team is a goal of many, but achieved by few. Think about it, if you worked for a professional team, better yet YOUR professional team, would you ever leave that job? That is the problem, very low turnover for team jobs. It was always my dream, but someting I didn’t pursue the right way. […]


Colin Cowherd Went Way Out of Bounds

On his Wednesday radio program, ESPN personality Colin Cowherd alleged that Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett struggled through a career worst season last year because of the distraction of his on-going divorce. One problem with Cowherd’s theory, according to Burnett’s agent, Darek Braunecker, the pitcher was not, and is not, going through a divorce. Lets forget about the factual errors […]


Sacramento Kings Sports Career Fair

If your New Years resolution is to finally pursue your dream job in the Sports industry, what better place to get started than the Maloof Sports and Entertainment Career Fair on January 19th, 2011 in Sacramento, CA. The Career Fair starts at 2:00 and is your chance to network face-to-face with top teams and companies along the West Coast. […]


Best Gifts for the Baseball Fan in Your Life

Top Gifts for the Baseball Fan in your life as voted on by the editors of Part 1 of a week long series, tomorrow will focus on Top Gifts for the Football Fan in your life. Best Baseball Books released in 2010: “The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the end of America’s Childhood” : Drawing on […]


Steinbrenner Most Effective MLB Owner

Hal Steinbrenner is only part-owner of the Yankees and has only been at the helm since November 2008, but he is already regarded by Readers of Sports Business Daily as the most effective MLB owner. Steinbrenner received 32% of the votes of the 6th Annual Readers Survey, defeating Red Sox owners John Henry and Tom Werner […]


Bringing Back Memories of John Rocker

  Sports Illustrated scored a major coup this week publishing the story of Josh Luchs, a former sports agent who admits to paying numerous College athletes over his 20 years representing players. According to SI, senior writer George Dohrman was working on a story about the agent business when he learned that Luchs was leaving the profession. Dohrman […]


Josh Lewin out as Rangers Play-by-Play voice

The Texas Rangers announced today that play-by-play voice Josh Lewin will not be back with the team for the 2011 season. The 41-year-old Lewin had been the Rangers play-by-play voice since 2001, in addition to his role as the radio voice of the San Diego Chargers. “After several discussions over the last few months, the […]


MLB on TBS going less virtual

Over the years sports networks have tried to compete with one another by releasing a continuous wave of whiz bang technologies. TBS is taking a step back in it’s studio based pre- and post game MLB playoff shows. With credible analysts on board like Cal Ripken, Dennis Eckersley and David Wells the Atlanta based network decided to go old school and […]

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