The weather has been beautiful this past week. I have been soaking up the sun and hitting the courts, trying to get my tennis game back to what it once was. Carl Krauser made it to New Zealand and is ready to put in some great work for the Waikato Pistons. Many of our Minor Leaguers have begun play, and we have been updating their progress on our Facebook and Twitter pages. One more week of law school and then a couple of exams. After that, the law school portion of my life will come to a close. I will be back in South Florida for the first half of May. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- One scout thinks the chances of Paxton’s stock going up is very slim [Former Blue Jays pick James Paxton aims to rebuild draft status at Grand Prairie].
- He’s a lot different than many other agents – he looks like a rabbi [Batting 1.000].
- I don’t think the union will take up the Barry Bonds issue, but it will be interesting to see how the union confronts the other two possible instances of collusion [More MLB Collusion in 2010? Unions’ Claims Keep Coming].
- The current state of the super-two salary arbitration designation may not make it past negotiations regarding baseball’s next collective bargaining agreement [Strasburg’s station based on dollars, not sense].
- Tim Dierkes of MLBTradeRumors shows no love for SFX in their representation of Bengie Molina [Baseball Players Looking At Wrong Numbers].
- Andy Roddick has turned the fact that he sweats a lot into an opportunity to make money [Roddick To Endorse New Sports Beverage].
- Would be a huge win for LRMR [Wall could soon join LeBron’s marketing firm].
- LeBron James signing for NBA minimum salary? [Bob Hunter commentary: Cavs star can make more by making less]
One reply on “Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (4/16/2010)”
darren, love that article on kligman, that was a great read