Rams' Move To L.A. Unlikely For '15 Drake Continues Working On Raptors' Rebrand 49ers Cut McDonald Following Assault Probe Stars' Gaglardi Purchases Team's AHL Affiliate Franchise Notes White Sox' Tix Sales Spike Spurs More Moves Alexi Lalas Leaves ESPN For Fox Sports Sprint Dropping NASCAR Title Sponsorship After '16 Sharks On Verge Of 10th Straight Non-Sellout Kings' Ranadive Explains Role In Firing Malone
Published October 9, 1997
Bills season-ticket holders will lose their existing seats and be asked to choose new ones in the renovated Rich Stadium, officials said. Those holding tickets the longest will be given first pick (AP/Rochester DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE, 10/8)....In Milwaukee, individual tickets to the Bucks' two Bulls games will not be made available this year. Instead, fans must buy them as part of a 10-pack or full season- ticket deals (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 10/9)....ESPN's Sal Paolantonio: "If the Twins get a new ballpark and the Vikings don't, Vikings team President Roger Headrick told me on Wednesday his team is prepared to relocate, some say to Cleveland, others to Los Angeles. Headrick told me the Vikings have already calculated how to buy out the remaining fifteen years on their Metrodome lease" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 10/8)....The Hurricanes have signed 23 corporate partners: 360 Communications, A-B, Atcom, Austin Quality Foods, BTI, Blockbuster Video, Capital Ford Rentals, Carolina Ford Dealers, Carolina Turkeys, East Wind Airlines, Glaxo Wellcome, Greensboro Hilton, HealthSource NC/Cigna, Howard, Perry & Walston Realtors, Kimberly-Clark, Long Transportation, Office Depot, Raleigh Iceplex, Rex Healthcare, Sprint, Taco Bell, US Post Office and Vinnie's Steakhouse (TRIANGLE BUSINESS JOURNAL, 10/6 issue).