Yesterday was the first day of Puerto Rico Baseball League game-play. We are lucky to have two clients on Ponce, the most dominant team in the league. The players are Pete Parise and Roberto Feliciano. This weekend is a big road game for the Florida Gators. Coach Spurrier will definitely put up a fight against us. The law school semester is coming to a close. For my paper-based classes, it is crunch time. For the others, I will soon have to hit the books and get prepared to take some difficult final exams. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- The St. Louis experiment is failing while the Cowboys investment in their big boys is working well [Under the Cap: Top Ten Guards and Centers].
- A look at just how competitive recruiting college football players is for agencies of various sizes [The race to sign college prospects].
- Could they have found a worse picture of Hendry? [Unloading Milton Bradley without paying steep price won’t be easy for Chicago Cubs GM Jim Hendry]
- NY Yankees GM taking a hard-line approach to impending contract discussions with Matsui and Damon [Yanks’ Cashman Won’t Be Swayed].
- Clocked as high as 98.75 mph, but he is 30-years-old (due to Japan’s rules regarding free agency) [Hard-throwing reliever aims to leave Japan].
- Arn Tellem gets in on the blogging action [Hideki Matsui: An Ageless Talent].
- A lot more young players about to get cut? [The Changing Landscape of Salary Arbitration-Eligible Players and Free Agents in Baseball]
- Some great advice for agents who might not be as involved as they need to be [The Proverbial, I Don’t Know].