Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/25/11)
Let’s start this with a shout out for Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers. Braun was selected as the National League MVP (Most Valuable Punim?). He is the first Jewish MVP in baseball since Sandy Koufax in 1963. I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and enjoys their weekends. There is so much to be thankful for, including the fact that you are here reading this post, so thank you! Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- “I am embarrassed for the people who are behind this. I want to make sure that people hear that.” [Pujols sticking with Lozano as his agent].
- Can’t wait to see the policy governing the use of Social Media [Summary of MLBPA-MLB Labor Agreement]
- It may be difficult for teams to justify drafting two-sport stars [CBA Reactions: Marlins, Twins, Amateur Draft
- Bartelstein says what we all know – it’s not fun to not be getting paid [NBA lockout costs Chicago agent, but he says it’s worth it
- Key question: Is the disclaimer of interest enough to end the non-statutory labor exemption and lower the antitrust shield? [NBA Lockout: The NBA’s Nuclear Winter — Where Do We Go From Here?
- Maurice Clarett’s counsel could be involved [Extended NBA lockout could lead to legal challenges of draft eligibility rule
- It would be nice if states then decide to drop their registration systems.. [NCAA nears revamp of sports agent oversight to include runners, eyes national registration
- More pub for Arkansas [UAAA Summit reinvigorates agent oversight