"You will not see a major move," Ruben Amaro Jr. has said of the Phillies likelihood of a trade this summer. "But, but, but," you are likely saying. "What about a right-handed bat? Never believe what Rube says."
And then there's Buster Olney adding to the confusion, saying the Phillies appear to be looking for an outfield bat, per his sources.
Moral of the story: don't believe anything you read on the Internet. But you know Rube is going to look into making something happen. He'd be foolish not too. That also doesn't mean he'll get anything done. You know he's got to try though.
Position Title: Intern
Company: NBC Sports Philadelphia
# of hours / week: 10 – 20 hours
Deadline: November 20
This position will work closely with the Vice President of Sales in generating revenue through commercial advertisements and sponsorship sales. The intern will gain first-hand sales experience through working with Sales Assistants and AEs on pitches, sales-calls and recapping material.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Assist Account Executive on preparation of Sales Presentations
• Cultivate new account leads for local sales
• Track sponsorships in specified programs
• Assist as point of contact with sponsors on game night set up and pre-game hospitality elements.
• Assist with collection of all proof of performance materials.
• Perform Competitive Network Analysis
• Update Customer database
• Other various projects as assigned
1. Good oral and written communication skills.
2. Knowledge of sports.
3. Ability to work non-traditional hours, weekends & holidays
4. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment
5. Must be 19 years of age or older
6. Must be a student in pursuit of an Associate, Bachelor, Master or Juris Doctor degree
7. Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the US
8. Must have sophomore standing or above
9. Must have a 3.0 GPA
Interested students should apply here and specify they're interested in the ad/sales internship.
About NBC internships
Roy Halladay had morphine in his system when the plane he was piloting crashed and he tragically died in November, according to Halladay's autopsy report, released Friday.
Zolpidem, the generic name for Ambien, and amphetamines were found in Halladay's system.
As TMZ points out via the Food and Drug Administration, the amount of Zolpidem found in Halladay's system (72 ng/ml) is more than enough to impair a driver and increase the risk of an accident.
Halladay had a blood alcohol content of 0.01, according to the autopsy report.
The official cause of Halladay's death was blunt force trauma, with drowning a contributing factor.
More details can be found in this Tampa Bay Times report.