• Shareef Abdur-Rahim, NBA vp-basketball operations and a former NBA All-Star, has been named President of the NBA G League. Abdur-Rahim will replace Malcolm Turner, who will step down Jan. 11, 2019, to become the AD for Vanderbilt University.

• The Golden State Warriors have been named the Sportsperson of the Year by Sports Illustrated.

• MLB Network will mark its 10th anniversary Jan. 1, 2019 at 6 PM ET – “exactly 10 years to the minute when MLB Network came on the air” – with “MLB Network: 10 Years and Counting.” It will follow that with a re-airing of Don Larsen’s perfect Game Five from the 1956 World Series.

• MiLB has expanded its deal with Allegiant Airline to launch Allegiant World MasterCard, which includes points for every purchase, no blackout dates for travel, rewards specific to cardholder's favorite MiLB teams and local communities.

• The Big East has signed a deal to keep its men’s basketball conference tournament in New York’s Madison Square Garden through 2028, extending a contract that was scheduled to run through 2026 but with an opt-out clause for  2022. Financial terms were not shared.

• With one week left in NFL Pro Bowl 2019 voting the leaders are:

Drew Brees (950,818), Patrick Mahomes (884,888), Todd Gurley (747,516), Saquon Barkley (718,108), James Conner (664,897), Jared Goff ( 658,150), Antonio Brown (630,392), Alvin Kamara (582,550), Tyreek Hill (560,994) and Travis Kielce (551,249).


Eight Teams And Venues For XFL 2020

• Dallas – Globe Life Park
• Houston – TDECU Stadium
• Los Angeles – StubHub Center
• New York/New Jersey – MetLife Stadium
• St. Louis – The Dome at America’s Center
• Seattle – CenturyLink Field
• Tampa Bay – Raymond James Stadium
• Washington, DC – Audi Field

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A live auction is scheduled to take place in Yankee Stadium on June 15, 2019 under the auspices of Hunt Auctions, to include 100s of items from the Babe Ruth family that have been in their possession since he passed away in 1948, most of which have not been seen in public. A portion of the proceeds will go to charity.

Among the items:  

• Babe Ruth Professional Model cleats
• Babe Ruth 60th Home Run Autographed display piece
• Babe Ruth 1934 Tour of Japan Champion Batsman presentational trophy
• Lou Gehrig signed and inscribed photograph to Babe Ruth
• Babe Ruth's 1930-31 New York Yankees "Better year than President" player contract
• Babe Ruth 1935 Boston Braves autographed contract agreement
• Babe Ruth personal check ledger with related signed documents
• Babe Ruth single signed baseballs and autographed photographs
    •    Babe Ruth 1934 Tour of Japan presentational pass
    •    Babe Ruth personal photographic albums including autographed exemplars
    •    Babe Ruth 12 Point Deer Trophy Mount with photographic provenance

Other items not from the Ruth family include:

    •    Babe Ruth Professional Model Bat with Home Run Notches c.1926-29
    •    Babe Ruth "Bustin Babes" barnstorming equipment travel case c.1920s (Waite Hoyt provenance)
    •    Highly significant 1923 New York Yankees World Championship presentational Spalding trophy
• 1923 New York Yankees World Champions team autographed ledger sheet


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Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.

YouTube TV, Hankook, Doosan Back For MLB Postseason, New Deals Expected

By Barry Janoff

August 2, 2018: MLB has released the schedule for the 2018 post-season, and there will be no November rain for the World Series (unless it rains a lot at the end of October).

YouTube TV returns as World Series presenting partner, with the 114th Fall Classic scheduled to begin Oct. 23, with Game 7 scheduled to be played Oct. 31.

The last time the World Series ended in October was in 2014 when the San Francisco Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals in seven games.

The post-season is scheduled to begin Oct. 2 with the National League Wild Card Game presented by Hankook on ESPN.

TBS will air the American League Wild Card Game presented by Hankoook Tire on Oct. 3.

Both NL Division Series presented by Doosan are scheduled to begin on Oct. 4 on FS1 or MLB Network.

Last year, Doosan presented both AL Division Series and T-Mobile presented the NL Division Series.

The AL Division Series, currently without a presenting partner, are scheduled to begin Oct. 5.

Last year, Camping World presented both the NL and AL Championship Series.

They, too, are currently without presenting partners.

MLB did not verify that new presenting partners would come on board but did say, “Like last year, more (deals) can always come up.”

Two travel days are built into the World Series, between Game 2 and Game 3, and if necessary between Game 5 and Game 6.

All World Series games will air on Fox.

The NL Wild Card Game will also be available on ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and the ESPN App.
ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball broadcast team — play-by-play commentator Matt Vasgersian, analysts Alex Rodriguez and Jessica Mendoza, and reporter Buster Olney — will culminate their first season together when they call the NL Wild Card Game.

The 2018 regular season is scheduled to end Sept. 30.

If necessary, regular season tie-breaker games would be telecast exclusively by ESPN on Oct. 1.

The NL Championship Series is scheduled to begin Oct. 12 on Fox or FS1.

The American League Championship Series, set to start on Saturday, October 13th, will be telecast by TBS.

Fox Sports will present live telecast coverage of the World Series for the 21st time.
All games telecast on MLB Network, TBS and Fox will be available to MLB.TV subscribers who are authenticated subscribers to the applicable network through a participating pay TV provider.


(Subject to change; listed by date)

Oct. 2: NL Wild Card Game (ESPN)

Oct. 3: AL Wild Card Game (TBS)


(Series A involves club with best record; Series B does not involve club with best record)

Oct. 4: NLDS A, Game 1 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 4: NLDS B, Game 1 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 5: NLDS A, Game 2 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 5: NLDS B, Game 2 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 5: ALDS A, Game 1 (TBS)

Oct. 5: ALDS B, Game 1 (TBS)

Oct. 6: ALDS A, Game 2 (TBS)

Oct. 6: ALDS B, Game 2 (TBS)

Oct. 7: NLDS A, Game 3 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 7: NLDS B, Game 3 (FS1 or MLBN)

Oct. 8: NLDS A, Game 4* (FS1)

Oct. 8: NLDS B, Game 4*(FS1)

Oct. 8: ALDS A, Game 3 (TBS)

Oct. 8: ALDS B, Game 3 (TBS)

Oct. 9: ALDS A, Game 4* (TBS)

Oct. 9: ALDS B, Game 4* (TBS)

Oct. 10: NLDS A, Game 5* (FS1)

Oct. 10: NLDS B, Game 5* (FS1)

Oct. 11: ALDS A, Game 5* (TBS)

Oct. 11: ALDS B, Game 5* (TBS)


Oct. 12: NLCS Game 1 (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 13: NLCS Game 2 (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 13: ALCS Game 1 (TBS)

Oct. 14: ALCS Game 2 (TBS)

Oct. 15: NLCS Game 3 (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 16: ALCS Game 3 (TBS)

Oct. 16: NLCS Game 4 (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 17: NLCS Game 5* (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 17: ALCS Game 4 (TBS)

Oct. 18: ALCS Game 5* (TBS)

Oct. 19: NLCS Game 6* (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 20: ALCS Game 6* (TBS)

Oct. 20: NLCS Game 7* (Fox or FS1)

Oct. 21: ALCS Game 7* (TBS)


All games on Fox

Oct. 23: Game 1

Oct. 24: Game 2


Oct. 26: Game 3

Oct. 27: Game 4

Oct. 28: Game 5*


Oct. 30: Game 6*

Oct. 31: Game 7*

* if necessary

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