Golden Knights Denied Trademark Request Minn. Gov. Weighs In On U.S. Bank Stadium Dispute Orioles Not Interested In Bautista Due To Likeability Mets Need To Shed Payroll After Cespedes Deal Budget-Conscious Yanks Bring Back Closer Red Sox Make Splash With Sale Trade Sale Trade Signals Full Rebuild For White Sox A's Dave Kaval Opens His Office To Fans USL Rowdies Owner Campaigns To Join MLS Minnesota Teams Struggle For Attendance
Published February 14, 1997
The Raptors "quietly" signed a lease agreement with the SkyDome for the '98-99 season, which "virtually confirms" that the proposed new arena will not be ready until "at least" '99 (Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 2/14)....In Dallas, Tim Cowlishaw writes on the Stars under the header, "Fans Yet To Embrace Stars." Team President Jim Lites: "With a (season- ticket) base as small as we have now, about 7,500, that just leaves a ton of tickets to sell. What's going to happen is that the weekends are going to sell out. But the weeknights will be tough" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 2/14).