The battle between small and big market franchises has peppered the landscape of professional leagues since the early days of the 1950s, when National League Baseball first made its exodus to the west, and even more recently during the NBA Lockout this past fall. Heightened mostly around the nearest CBA debate waiting to surface, the…
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The New Teams in Town: Is South Florida Becoming a Sports Marketing Powerhouse?
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13 NHL Twitter Accounts You Aren’t Following (But Should Be)
Written by Jason St. Angelo in Social Media in Sports
The marriage of Twitter and sports cannot be more perfect or necessary in today’s day and age. Sports have become faster, players arguably more skilled than ever, and personalities younger — and maybe even more entertaining — than ever been before.It seems almost criminal in this day and age for both casual and die-hard fans…