Tony Clark Discusses MLB's New CBA A's Reinvesting All Revenues Into Coliseum, Club Selig, Schuerholz Elected Into Baseball HOF Twins Owner Says Club Is Not For Sale Lott Hopeful Of Raiders Stadium Deal In Oakland Royals Will Not Exceed Current Payroll Tigers Need To Reduce Payroll By $20M Cards Get $16M To Begin Ballpark Village Next Phase Yanks Set To Benefit From New MLB CBA Analyzing MLB's New CBA & Spending Limits
Published December 22, 1995
Construction engineers in Tampa now say the new state-of- the-art stadium Malcolm Glazer wants to keep the Bucs' in town will cost $192M, $24M more than originally estimated. (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 12/22)....Supporters of a new baseball stadium in Tucson demand the City Council decide within 30 days whether to kick in a combined $18M for the project. The city is trying to lure a third MLB club to join the Rockies and Diamondbacks in holding spring training there (AP/Colorado Springs GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, 12/21).