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BBDO Hypes Opening Day for MLB - Posted March 24, 2014
A month or so ago, BBDO joined up with Major League Baseball as its creative partner, and the agency has just released their opening day spot. In case you're confused, yes, the Dodgers and Diamondbacks did technically open the season this past weekend in Australia, but the official openi... [AgencySpy]

Joe Morgan Getting New Weekday Radio Show - Posted June 17, 2011
In a move that will delight those old-school baseball fans who keep their head in the sand about sabermetrics, Hall of Fame second baseman and former ESPN Sunday Night Baseball commentator Joe Mo... [SportsNewser]

Miley Cyrus Plays The Plaza - Posted July 25, 2008
We're on our way to the Good Morning America concert by Feist, after sticking around for the first song of what might end up being the concert of the summer: Miley Cyrus. We ran in to NBC Universal CEO ... [TVNewser]

Borders Announces its Next Proprietary Book - Posted July 12, 2007
With Nick Santora's debut novel SLIP AND FALL piled high on Borders and Waldenbooks tables round the country, it only makes sense for the chain to move on to its next in-hou... [GalleyCat]

Barry Bonds Snubs New York Media - Posted May 30, 2007
The San Francisco Giants are in town to play the Mets for the first time this year, and Barry Bonds, 10 home runs shy of breaking Hank Aaron's all-time home run mark, was supposed to meet with the media before last night's game. Here's a Connecticut beat writer's ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Barry Bonds Snubs New York Media - Posted May 30, 2007
The San Francisco Giants are in town to play the Mets for the first time this year, and Barry Bonds, 10 home runs shy of breaking Hank Aaron's all-time home run mark, was supposed to meet with the media before last night's game. Here's a Connecticut beat writer's ... [FishbowlNY]

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