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Friday, April 22, 2011
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Selig Finally Finds Peace as He Looks Toward Next Job
By TYLER KEPNER
Jeffrey Phelps for The New York Times
Baseball's commissioner, Bud Selig, at Marquette University Law School, where he has lectured on numerous topics since 2009.
As other professional leagues endure labor problems, baseball’s commissioner, Bud Selig, is focusing on what he wants to do next: teach and write.
Uncertainty of What’s Next for Dodgers
By RICHARD SANDOMIR
A day after Commissioner Bud Selig moved to take control of the Los Angeles Dodgers, a raft of questions — including who would run the club — remain unanswered.
In the Postseason, Blunders Are Burned Into Memory
By JEFF Z. KLEIN
The Marian Gaborik gaffe that cost the Rangers a victory in Game 4 against the Capitals on Wednesday night follows in a long line of notable miscues in the N.H.L. playoffs.
The Trainer Behind Those Improbable Plays
By JONATHAN ABRAMS
N.B.A. players often employ personal trainers like Idan Ravin to enhance aspects of their game and maintain others.
With Few Immediate Needs, Jets Look for the Best in N.F.L. Draft
By DAVE CALDWELL and MARK VIERA
The Jets are not scheduled to pick until the 30th selection in the N.F.L. draft, but they do not have any glaring weaknesses to address.
N.F.L. Argues Against Damages in TV Case
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Mets Get Little Bang for Their Bucks
By NEIL PAINE
Mired in a 5-13 start despite having the seventh-highest payroll in baseball, the Mets once again project to be among the least cost-effective teams in the major leagues.
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Win or Lose, D’Antoni Deserves Another Year
By WILLIAM C. RHODEN
Knicks fans should back off Coach Mike D’Antoni and try to enjoy their team’s first playoff series since 2004.
Knicks-Celtics a First-Rate Drama, With Second-Guesses
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Knicks Take a Head Count for Game 3
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Bud Selig Stands Tall
April 21, 2011 9:36 PM ET
Decades of Players Without Pensions to Get Payments
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Pondering the Coyotes' Future
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Boudreau's Accusations Dominate Pregame Talk
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In Florida, Light Heart and Heavy Legs
April 21, 2011 4:28 PM ET
With Mail Bombs, Old Firm Rivalry Crosses the Line
April 20, 2011
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Sintim Pick Did Not Ease Giants' Linebacking Needs
April 21, 2011 4:15 PM ET
N.F.L. Draft: Mark Ingram, Top-Ranked Rusher
April 21, 2011 1:55 PM ET
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