More Sports Archive: March / April 2007
Squash Madness at Meadow Mill
Last month, Meadow Mill Athletic Club, the largest commercial squash facility in the country, hosted the U.S. National Junior Squash Tournament, with the top 32 junior squash players in the country in each division.
On the Cover: 52 Issues Later
It was a year ago that the first edition of a new, free weekly publication about Baltimore sports hit the streets. As we look back, and look ahead, PressBox took this opportunity to recall some of our first year's memories -- both good and bad.
• Plus: A Look Back at All 52 Covers
Media Guide: Maybe We Have Come A Long Way
If it wasn't for Jackie Robinson and all he endured, maybe last week's Don Imus situation would have unfolded quite differently.
Media Guide: MASN, MASN, MASN
Barry Silverman weighs in with his review of MASN's first week of Orioles broadcasts.
Overall, CBS’s coverage of the Masters didn’t disappoint. For Matt Hombach, watching the Masters in high definition is almost better than being there.
Too Many Titles, No Real Champ
Scott Crouse believes that the increase of titles is suffocating the sport of boxing by generating an attitude of confusion and indifference among fans.
Media Guide: The PA Announcer Next Door
Andrew Holly, Steve Melewski and Adrian Roberson are just a few regular folks, living their dreams at a minor league stadium near you.
Riding Into History
Rosie Napravnik, Maryland's top jockey last year, would have never found success in racing if not for the efforts of horse-crazy girls breaking down the gender barrier.
• Breaking The Barrier
Talk Takes More Than Just Mouth
Michael Popovec didn't earn his new gig at WNST through a traditional interview process, and that's just the way Nestor Aparacio would have it.
Should NBA Draft High Schoolers?
PressBox wanted to know what young sports fans feel about the NBA rule against drafting players directly out of high school, so we asked 13-year-old Mazlow Cohen and 10-year-old Samuel Thornton.
Media Guide: It's So Easy A "Caveman" Can Create It
MASN has hired the Richmond, Va.-based Martin Agency to create a branding campaign for the network, the same agency who created the “caveman” idea.
Media Guide: Thanks Tim Hardaway
It’s sad to see the media fall all over itself to make a big deal over what some retired jock had to say.
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