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Churchill: Fixing The Mariners

The Seattle Mariners are big business. Yes, they’re a Major League Baseball team, but it’s a $9 billion industry and the M’s are a business. That business has invested heavily in the product in the form of Robinson Cano’s $240 million contract, the $175 million value of King Felix’s deal and the $58 million guaranteed handed out to Nelson Cruz this past winter. 2,081 more words

Sports

Student-built home offers more than self-satisfaction

Watch above: High school students in Saskatoon are building homes from the ground up and are getting more out of it than just trades skills. Aaron Streck tells us the homes are destined for the Whitecap Dakota First Nation. 330 more words

Canada

First St William site to build 839 homes

The London Borough of Wandsworth has granted planning permission for a new mixed-use development in Battersea by St William, the new joint venture between National Grid… 226 more words

Employment

Why Cardinals traded pitching ace Mort Cooper

Convinced he had the leverage to demand a more lucrative contract, Cardinals ace Mort Cooper played hardball with Sam Breadon. The club owner responded by trading Cooper rather than negotiating with him. 952 more words

Pitchers

The Gerald Wallace Situation

The Boston Celtics have a tricky situation on their hands with regard to forward, Gerald Wallace.  Wallace, a 32 year old oft-used veteran, occupied the bench for most of last season in favor of giving more time to Boston’s younger forwards.   345 more words

Boston Celtics

One Hundred Motherfucking Percent

Today, whilst you and your butt fucking retarded ass friends were running around pissing your pants in anticipation of hearing some bullshit “minutes”, I was making even MOARGAINS. 98 more words

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