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The front of today’s New York Times Sports section.

The NYT is just throwing negative space and reverse boxes all over the place these days. Also, this tiny paper already beat them to this trick.

In the days before radio, fans crowded Newspaper Row (a section of Washington Street downtown) to follow big games on the Globe’s scoreboard. Hundreds “watched” the Red Sox beat the New York Giants four games to three in the 1912 World Series. (photo dated Oct. 18, 1912)

The storefront even offered streaming multimedia of a kind: telegraph dispatches of boxing matches and baseball games were shouted out play by play through a pair of loudspeakers.

For Red Sox World Series appearances, a scaffold was built. Sports desk hacks stood on it to chalk up the scores for bowler-hatted crowds numbering in the hundreds. The signs even contained advertising.

kottke via Beta Boston (Boston Globe)

Yanks Grab Headlines On Today’s NY Tabs

Knicks? Nope, NY Tabs are all Opening Day. Baseball reigns! 

NY tabloids celebrate the Knicks win in Miami. Of course the Post stays as classy as ever.

Watchin’ the Oscars or Knicks - Heat tonight?

Watchin’ the Oscars or Knicks - Heat tonight?