Staff Writer at SportsBusiness Daily (@SBJSBD) — '12 VCU grad [Personal Web site: http://t.co/E1b7WSkG]
[Screen shot] @Indians Chair & CEO Paul Dolan is doused with champagne in the Target Field lockerroom yesterday.
Shoutout to the guys @USAToday for citing @SBJSBD in their Jags/fantasy lounge story in today's print edition.
The University of Denver's three mascot choices to replace its current one: A jackalope, an elk and a mountaineer.
.@TheBuffaloNews has a new political cartoon up today on Sabres Owner Terry Pegula - http://tinyurl.com/nx8tv5x
Photo - Brazilian newspaper compares Neymar (@Njr92) to @Pele after his magical strike yesterday (Via @tariqpanja)
Spotted: Cubs Chair Tom Ricketts @ Blackhawks game wearing throwback (Photo credit: @chicagotribune/@jkimpictures)
W/ a key qualifier tonight, the #USMNT's supporters group @AmericanOutlaws coined today National Beer Outreach Day
.@PlainDealer cartoonist Jeff Darcy came out w/ a sketch on Ohio State's E. Gordon Gee: http://tinyurl.com/mgtgutz
[Photo] Cleveland Plain Dealer political cartoonist Jeff Darcy takes another swipe at Browns Owner Jimmy Haslam.
[Photo] Comparison of my predicted order of finish in the EPL, made a day before season started, vs final results.
[Photo] And just to even it out, here's the front page of today's @SacBee_News
[Photo] Front page of today's @SeattleTimes
[Photo] My Twitter feed, which follows 2,000 people, versus @GWashNBAGlobe's mentions - from 9:30am to 10:00 today
.@PlainDealer cartoonist Jeff Darcy pokes fun at the Jimmy Haslam situation w/ sketch: http://tinyurl.com/bdnad9w
SacBee political cartoon: Mayor arrives back home only to find the Space Needle there - http://tinyurl.com/btp4ee6
Sweet Danica Patrick graphic in this @BostonGlobe column (http://tinyurl.com/afcckao) by Globe's Timothy Goodman.
Standout headline today in my estimation from SBD Managing Editor Rick Ellington on the FAU/prison company story.
.@PlainDealer did a great job of incorporating graphics department into a Nick Swisher story. (Chris Morris/CPD)
The Denver Post is allowing quite the peculiar choice of company to advertise on their Web site's sports section.
[Photo] Aaaaand the N.Y. Post delivers yet again with today's back-page cover.
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