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MLB Winter Meetings Have Hit The Ground Running

12 December, 2017

MLB Winter Meetings have hit the ground running this week in Orlando, a complete on-eighty from the way these meetings are usually conducted. Normally the MLB Winter Meetings are fairly predictable.  All MLB teams go to the meetings with a shopping list. They all have a fairly good idea what they want and what they are willing to give up to gain what they want.  The meetings are used as sort of a feeling-out process, where general managers lay the groundwork for future trades, which usually [...]

Short Term Vacation Housing Available

05 December, 2017

Short term vacation housing is one phone call away, available through Sports Relocation, Inc. When we advertise ourselves as sports relocation experts, we are not talking about just long-term real estate transactions and permanent relocations . . . because of our extensive real estate contacts and relocation professionals network around the world and in the States, we have access to a database of properties which are available for short-term leases, properties which would be perfect for your [...]

NFL Concussion Protocol: What Is It?

29 November, 2017

NFL concussion protocol has been around since 2009.  It has been tweaked a few times along the way, the most recent being 2016, and it is a protocol that is definitely here to stay as the NFL attempts to make the sport of professional football safer for its players. So, what happens in that blue tent when a player is suspected of having suffered a concussion? There are five steps in the NFL concussion protocol: The player is removed from the game if a play is determined to be a poten [...]

Thanksgiving Wishes To All Of You

21 November, 2017

Thanksgiving wishes to all of you, from our staff to your family, a simple statement, but one which carries a great amount of gratefulness. When we began this company, Sports Relocation, Inc., it was on a wing and a prayer.  We had a reputation in the real estate world, we had a few contacts, but other than that we had zero credibility in the relocation business.  What we offered our early clients was a reputation for honesty, diligence, discreetness, and hard work. It was enough! Som [...]

Carlos Beltran Retires At 40

15 November, 2017

Carlos Beltran is retiring, twenty years after lacing up his shoes for his first Major League game, and one month after being a part of his first World Series Championship with the Houston Astros. We salute Carlos Beltran! Twenty years playing a sport at the top of the game, playing it with honor, and still being productive at an age when many athletes are years into retirement. Truly remarkable! And now Carlos Beltran will join the thousands of other retired professional athletes as [...]

Pro Athletes Charitable Activities

07 November, 2017

Pro athletes charitable activities are not often publicized which, really, is a shame.  We know about the athletes in their professional theater.  We oftentimes know a little, or a lot, about their personal lives.  But when it comes to philanthropy, the selfless giving to a worthy cause, this news somehow manages to escape the newspapers and online articles. As with any activity there are some who pursue it with gusto and determination, and there are those who barely consider it an option. [...]

2017 World Series Is Great For Baseball

31 October, 2017

2017 World Series watchers will tell you that the 113th series between American and National League Champs, this time between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros, is one of the best things to happen to Major League Baseball in a very long time. Not only is this a Series between teams not named New York, Boston, or Chicago, but it is a riveting MLB series with more plot twists than a daytime soap opera. Case in point: the Series game Sunday, 10/29, had higher ratings than Sunday [...]

2017 NFL Trade Deadline Fast Approaching

24 October, 2017

2017 NFL trade deadline is Oct. 31 at 4 p.m. ET, and the rumors are flying fast and furious about NFL transactions, which is always amusing since most teams do not complete trades in the mid-season.  Still, most teams are still in the hunt for the playoffs, and injuries have left quite a few teams with some gaping holes in talent, so anything is possible. Some squads will still try to shop veteran players to clear out cap space or because of productivity. Like every year, there are several t [...]

Financial Preparations for Life After Sports

17 October, 2017

Financial preparations for life after your playing days are over can be a daunting and yes, frightening, topic of discussion.  Not a single professional player that I know really wants to accept the inevitable, that his or her playing days could end tomorrow, but that is the reality all athletes face.  We were reminded of that fact this past Sunday when another pro football player sustained a career-ending injury, and several others were knocked out for the remainder of the season, including A [...]

Shohei Otani Offers Unique Free Agent Case Study

10 October, 2017

Shohei Otani, the Japanese superstar being labeled as the “Japanese Babe Ruth,” is most likely going to apply for free agency to play in the Major Leagues, ending a five-year career in the Japanese Professional Baseball Association.  If that does, indeed, happen, he will offer one of the most intriguing MLB free agent  cases we have seen in quite awhile in Major League Baseball. For several reason . . . Because Otani is still only 23, he can only be signed to a minor-league contract [...]