Jaguars, Panthers Unveil Stadium Upgrades Concession Prices Unveiled For Levi's Stadium Chiefs' Hunt Discuss Training Camp Options Scrutiny Building Around Bowlen's Successor Nike Paid Howard Slusher $1.5M Sources: EverBank, Jags Set For Extension Bon Jovi Group Studied Toronto Stadium Sites Broncos Land Three-Year Deal With CenturyLink Food Critic: Ballpark Village Restaurants Disappoint Sporting KC Unveils National Training Center Plans
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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).