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SportsBiz Archive: April 2009

  • Comcast, NFL Still Talking

    Comcast hasn't dropped the NFL Network just yet Published April 30 2009

  • Meet Kasten, Rizzo, Acta on May 17

    Smithsonian members get a discount on pre-game lunch with Nats officials Published April 30 2009

  • Where to catch Caps-Penguins

    Here's where you can find the Caps-Penguins games on your television. Published April 29 2009

  • A Dream Matchup for the NHL

    Thank the Carolina Hurricanes for helping set up the ideal matchup for the NHL. Published April 29 2009

  • Under Armour reports good quarter

    Baltimore company sees 27 increase in revenue and sees 38 percent rise in net income. Published April 28 2009

  • What's This Game 7 Worth?

    A win against the Rangers could mean big bucks for the Caps Published April 27 2009

  • Nats Lose 12 percent of their value

    Annual team valuations from Forbes released; Nationals valued at $406 million Published April 22 2009

  • More on Nats Attendance

    A paid crowd of just more than 12,000 Monday night would indicate season ticket sales dropped by at least a third from 2008. Published April 21 2009

  • 19 and change, really?

    It was a beautiful day in the Washington area. But apparently not good enough to head to the ballpark. Published April 18 2009

  • Great News for the Indy Racing League

    Jury acquits Top driver Helio Castronves of tax evasion charges. He plans to race this weekend. Published April 17 2009

  • John Madden retires

    Longtime NFL analyst leaving NBC. "I still love every part of it...but I know this is the right time." Published April 16 2009

  • On Harry and the Nats

    The love of Harry Kalas can teach the Nationals a thing or two Published April 15 2009

  • Baseball loses a legend

    Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas died today before the team's game at Nationals Park.  Published April 13 2009

  • What's next for United

    With stadium plans on life support, a look at what happened and what the team does from here.  Published April 8 2009

  • MLB.TV for 2009

    Examining the performance of MLB.TV Premium Published April 7 2009

  • New stuff on TV and at Nationals Park

    Ah, baseball season has started. And if you're a Nationals fan, there's a lot of new things to talk about this season, and not just on the field. Published April 7 2009

  • Team Marketing Report and Baseball

    Team Marketing Report released its list of average prices to attend baseball games; the Nationals will have the 7th-most expensive tickets in the majors. Published April 3 2009

  • Baseball on the Cheap

    Major League Baseball has announced a new initiative to let fans know about affordable ballpark offers Published April 2 2009