Archive | April 2013

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Travis d’Arnaud’s Bad Luck Continues

The Mets’ top catching prospect according to Baseball Prospectus – and the centerpiece of last winter’s big trade with Toronto that sent R.A. Dickey packing – Travis d’Arnaud will probably never win the lottery or cash in at the race track. He has terrible luck, which has once again put him on the shelf. Last […]

Jordany Valdespin, Mike Baxter to Prove People Wrong

Yes, it’s too early to start judging players and their numbers. The Mets season is only nine games old and some players haven’t rounded into shape just yet. Ike Davis is struggling with the bat and is swinging (and missing) at everything and Collin Cowgill – who got off to a quick start – has […]

Sponsorship Marketing Budgets Increasing In Canada

The Canadian Sponsorship Landscape Study  (CSLS) is an annual study that provides the most comprehensive information on the scope, scale and trends of Canada’s sponsorship industry which includes sports. The study includes information on industry size, spending by sector, activation trends, evaluation practices, strategic priorities and future outlook. The study looks to both academic and […]

Sports Business: Fox Sports Buys Rights to New ‘Big East’

March Madness is upon us. The action is bound to be exciting like it is every year. Upsets will happen, game winning shots will occur and no one will be able to predict the eventual winner of the tournament because as we all know, surprises always happen in the NCAA. This is why March Madness […]

Sports Technology: The Greatest Wi-Fi Network in Football

The San Francisco 49ers are in the process of building Santa Clara Stadium and it is expected to include many up-to-date and even advanced features, one of which will include the greatest stadium Wi-Fi network of all-time, revolutionizing sports technology. The stadium is set to open its doors for the start of the 2014 season […]

Thuzio Connects Athletes with the Public

Thuzio provides an online platform that connects the public with professional athletes who have achieved the highest levels of excellence in their profession. The athletes provide a variety of different experiences to the public such as: coaching, social dinners and lunches, game watching and analysis, corporate speaking, client entertaining and events, celebrations including birthday parties […]

Sports Technology: ScentAir Travels into Edward Jones Dome

ScentAir and its over 2,000 different scents – ranging from delicious smells such as popcorn, waffle cones, caramel apples and even odd scents such as dinosaur breath – has been travelling into the nostrils and smell receptors of people all over the world for more then two decades. From movie theatres to hotels to fitness […]