Sam Taub Award

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The Sam Taub Award is a yearly award presented by the Boxing Writers Association of America for Excellence in Broadcasting Journalism. The award is named after Sam Taub, a journalist and radio broadcaster who is best known for his work covering boxing. It is similar to Major League Baseball's Ford C. Frick Award.

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  1. ^ Hispanic PR Wire - TeleFutura Sportscaster Bernardo Osuna To Receive “Taub” Award For Excellence In Broadcast Journalism
  2. ^ ESPN - Hatton's big 2005 honored by boxing writers - Boxing
  3. ^ Lame Excuses Have To Run Out - New York Post
  4. ^ ESPN - Mayweather named fighter of the year after wins over De La Hoya, Hatton - Boxing
  5. ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=4875455