• Setbacks in Minor League Sports

    by Andrew Cohen July 2001

    Professional sports leagues have become accustomed to good news. Oh, there are the occasional black eyes - players in trouble with the law, renegade owners, labor disputes - but the pro realm hasn't had a truly life-or-death struggle on its hands in a number of years. Even in an age of upwardly spiraling ticket prices, most of the established leagues remain exceptionally healthy, no matter what accounting firms hired by the owners say.

  • 'Amateur Athletics At Its Finest'

    by Andrew Cohen May 1997

    Within the overwhelmingly successful state games movement, some states have triumphed while others have struggled to keep the flame lit.