Red Sox Willing To Go Over Luxury Tax Threshold Silver Optimistic About New Bucks' Arena Hurricanes Seeing Smaller Crowds So Far Grey Cup Sales Likely Will Not Match '11 Roberts Challenges Silver As She Settles In 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
Published June 28, 1996
The Bucks plan to make a bid to host the NBA Draft as early as '98 (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 6/28)....The NPSL Detroit Rockers will play all home games this season at Joe Louis Arena. The had played home games at Cobo Arena (DETROIT NEWS, 6/28)....Wayne Gretzky will become a free agent for the first time in his career (ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH, 6/28)....The Ravens will have two record books in the publication of its media guide, including one for the Ravens and another for "Baltimore Pro Football History." Excluded will be CFL and USLF teams that carried the Baltimore nickname (Baltimore SUN, 6/28)....The Palm Spring Suns have cancelled a clothing optional night at the park claiming that too many people wanted to participate. "Nudist Night" was scheduled for July 8, but the demand exceed the stadium's 4,400 seat capacity. Event Sponsor Tom Mulhall: "We were concerned that we might have a safety and security problem" (WASHINGTON POST, 6/28).