Red Sox Willing To Go Over Luxury Tax Threshold Hurricanes Seeing Smaller Crowds So Far Grey Cup Sales Likely Will Not Match '11 Orlando City's Rawlins Still A Fan First Franchise Notes Red Sox Spend Big With Ramirez, Sandoval Bills Say Stadium Will Be Ready For Sunday AHL Checkers Likely To Leave Hornets' Arena NFL Franchise Notes Bills Plan To Practice, Play In Buffalo This Week
Published April 23, 1996
New 76ers President Pat Croce intends to "hold the line" on ticket prices when the team moves into the CoreStates Center next season. Croce reportedly wants "very much to create a level of goodwill with the area's basketball community" and is preparing a brochure explaining a benefits package for season ticket holders (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 4/23)....The CFL Rough Riders have secured $500,000 in corporate deals for the coming season enabling them to field a team for the upcoming season (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 4/23)....The Sharks are considering a switch in top minor league affiliates after their deal with the IHL K.C. Blades expires at the end of this year. Lexington, KY's AHL team is a possibility (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 4/23).