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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (11/23/2012)

I hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and that all readers enjoy a relaxing and enjoyable weekend.  I am going to see the new(ish) James Bond today.  The weather is absolutely gorgeous in Florida; it’s no wonder that I, and practically every athlete, chooses to live here.  Some of my recent Forbes stories include: (1) […]

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Casey Close To Leaving CAA

A week ago, a reader emailed me the following question: Have you heard anything about Casey Close leaving CAA to start up his own company with David Falk? Apparently, the rumor had been floating around for a month or so, but after doing some research, I had no way to confirm it.  Thus, I never ran the story. […]

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The Phillies Get Defeated

After a 8-6 win in game one of the NLCS last night, the defending World Series Champions, the Philadelphia Phillies, haven’t had to deal with many defeats this season…until last week.  They were defeated by a 12 year old girl for possession of Ryan Howard’s 200th home run ball. If you haven’t heard about the […]

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MLB Teams Cashing In Without Arbitration

In just about 16 days, pitchers and catchers will be reporting in the MLB. However, with all of the excitement of a new season coming to a head, many players are cashing in with their respective ball clubs. Sometimes, though, the clubs get away with a bargain. In the MLB, if you are a scout […]