Kings Cite Culture Change For Trading Cousins Dynamo Sign Roc Nation In Three-Tiered Deal Podcast With SB Committee Chair Ric Campo Braves Launch Marketing Effort For New Venue D-Backs' Brass Hopeful For Franchise Turnaround Pirates Owner Says Club Underperformed In '16 Franchise Notes Marlins' Talks With Kushners Over For Now Yankees' Arbitration Hearing Gets Heated Tom Ricketts Addresses Cubs' Offseason
Published November 1, 1995
MD officials have asked the NFL to delay consideration of a resolution to guarantee Baltimore a franchise. Questions on the language led Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag to ask NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue that the resolution be considered "later in the calendar year" (Baltimore SUN, 11/1)....ITT Corp. said they see Madison Square Garden as an "underused" venue and will add a list of summer entertainment events starting in '96. ITT Chair Rand Araskog said they and partner Cablevision are considering theme-park events and attractions using virtual- reality technology or entertainment from ITT's Caesar's hotels (REUTERS/DAILY VARIETY, 11/1)....The city of Oakland and Alemeda County granted the Warriors a one-month extension to determine the team's home after '95-96. The team is considering offers to move to San Jose or stay in a new Oakland arena (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 11/1)....As of yesterday, four days before the CFL's first-round playoffs, only 13,100 tickets had been sold in Baltimore. The Stallions had averaged 30,114 for the season (Baltimore SUN, 11/1).... NFL sources estimate the Oilers could buy out the remainder of their Astrodome lease for about $3M if they decide to move to Nashville sooner than '98 (TENNESSEAN, 10/30).