Major League Baseball is finally getting rid of the corded phones that managers use to connect with the bullpen.
CBS finds plenty of buyers at an average price of $3.7 million to $3.8 million -- a 10% jump from last year.
The new high-alcohol brand will take on cocktails and craft beer as Anheuser-Busch tries to cut losses.
The sport is overtaking Major League Baseball in popularity, especially among younger viewers.
A roughly $70 million tax break for racetracks is among the incentives packed into the bill's final version.
The ongoing stalemate has caused some fans to turn away from the sport altogether. They aren't necessarily watching more minor-league or college games to get their fix.
The average cost for a family of 4 to attend an NFL game is $444. That high-def experience in the living room is suddenly looking very good.
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