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Jerry Milani

Jerry Milani is a freelance writer and public relations executive living in Bloomfield, N.J. He has worked in P.R. for more than 25 years in college and conference sports media relations, two agencies and for the International Fight League, a team-based mixed martial arts league, and now is the PR manager for Wizard World, which runs pop culture and celebrity conventions across North America. Milani is also the play-by-play announcer for Caldwell University basketball broadcasts. He is a proud graduate of Fordham University and when not attending a Yankees, Rams or Cougars game can be reached at Jerry (at) JerryMilani (dot) com.

Nickelodeon and NASCAR Find Another Tie

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This past summer Nickelodeon continued to strengthen its ties to sport, especially NASCAR, when it signed on as the title sponsor to the race at Kansas Motorspeedway.  SpongeBob was everywhere, and the partnership flourished, as race fans don’t appear to ever be far from Bikini Bottom. This past week the ...

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Hall Of Fame Broadcaster Vin Scully To Return For 67th Season

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Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, an icon in American sports history, has announced he will return to the Dodgers broadcast booth for an unprecedented 67th season in 2016. “I talked it over with my wife, Sandi, and my family and we’ve decided to do it again in 2016,” Scully ...

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Topps and Carlos Correa Announce Exclusive Partnership

Carlos Correa

The Topps Company, Inc., the exclusive trading card partner of Major League Baseball, and Houston Astros rookie standout Carlos Correa are proud to announce they have reached an exclusive memorabilia and autographed trading card partnership. Correa’s autographed memorabilia will be sold exclusively through Topps, which is a first-of-its-kind deal for ...

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‘Forgotten’ Boston-Baltimore Pennant Chase Rediscovered

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For many who enjoy baseball history, the agreement between the newly-formed American League and National League to begin play in the World Series in 1903 signaled the beginning of the “modern” baseball era. Indeed, Jack Chesbro‘s 41 wins for the New York Highlanders still counts as the standard for single-season ...

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