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What We’re Reading: January 16

January 16, 2015

For all the advances that teams, leagues, networks, and other sports related enterprises are making right now, there are few things that have our eye in the sports business world more than watching the legal status of sports gambling. Isolated for years in Nevada and more recently the offshore online books, there are enough states… Read more

First Pitch Case Competition Registration is Now Open!

January 8, 2015

Are you a graduate student attending the conference and interested in tackling a challenging sports business problem? Then the 2015 First Pitch Case Competition is for you! This year’s competition is presented by Zebra Technologies. For more information on the case competition and to register, click here. The registration deadline is January 20. Read more

What We’re Reading: January 8

January 8, 2015

We’re just a week in, and 2015 is already off to a busy start. We’ve cut the Super Bowl contenders down to eight, elected a very deserving quartet to Cooperstown and are just days away from the first ever College Football Playoff championship game between Oregon and Ohio State. Read more

Q&A: Dr. Glenn Fleisig on Tommy John Surgery Prevention and Myths

January 5, 2015

Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D., is the research director of the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) and a leader in baseball pitching biomechanics. His research focuses on understanding pitching injury mechanisms, improving injury treatment, and in the last few years broadened to include injury prevention. Read more

Q&A: Jay Jaffe on Baseball Hall of Fame Voting

January 2, 2015

There is perhaps no greater expert on the Baseball Hall of Fame election than Sports Illustrated’s Jay Jaffe, and with the Baseball Writers Association of America set to announce the always controversial results of this year’s balloting on Tuesday, he joined us for the latest in our series of Q&As. Read more