Chargers Staying In San Diego Next Year Lammi Sports Buys Wisconsin Athletic HOF Great American Ball Park Seats Replaced Cheap Broncos Create Sports Management Minor At CSU Senators Considering Moving To New Arena Costs Rise For Univ. of Colorado Stadium Brewers Announce Creation Of "Selig Experience" Lightning's Vinik Buys More Land In Tampa Could Peyton Manning Buy Titans After Retiring? BMO Harris Bradley Center Loses $1.9M In FY
Published February 27, 1998
The Reds have yet to decide whether they'll back a new ballpark or renovated Cinergy Field. Hamilton County [OH] Commissioner Bob Bedinghaus: "It's up in the air." Reds Managing Exec John Allen: "Both are still on the table" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 2/26)....In S.F., Matier & Ross report that 49ers co-Owner Denise DeBartolo York "ordered" the stadium planning operation for the "stalled 49ers stadium deal" to move out of offices at DeBartolo Entertainment, in what Matier & Ross call "another move to distance the stadium from Eddie's gaming company" (S.F. CHRONICLE, 2/27)....Denver Mayor Wellington Webb "came out strongly against" adding a retractable roof to the proposed new Broncos stadium (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 2/27)....CORRECTION: Yesterday's DAILY misidentified the site of a new auto racing track being developed by Int'l Speedway Corp. It is being planned for Kansas City, KS (THE DAILY).