Sitting on the dock of the bay, with your notebook computer nestled in your lap... Hit the slopes, the fairways or the open seas as the sun blazes down on you..., but as dusk falls, you’re settled in the chalet, the cottage or the boat’s cozy cabin with your notebook computer by your side...
It is all behind them now. The six winter weeks that ball players spend in sunny Florida and Arizona to regain professional proficiency, like an extended management retreat without the motivational speeches. The tiny, perfect Florida ball parks—lush, green diamonds enclosed by palm trees and cozy little grandstands.By JAMES DEACON8 min
There was, of course, no booming voice up in the broadcast booth calling the March 20 game between the Raiders and the Flames. But the contest in Welland, Ont., near Niagara Falls, did boast many big-time trappings. Sweaty, jubilant players mobbed their goaltender.By D’ARCY JENISH7 min
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