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 Giants Will Be Forced To Pay Luxury Tax Cubs' Average Price For Season Tickets Will Rise Red Sox Look To Avoid Luxury Tax Sources: LeBron Not Staying At Trump Hotel In N.Y. Clippers Holding Camp In Hawaii
Published March 20, 1998
The Marlins have "dropped" their five-year P.A. announcer Jay Rokeach, but his dismissal was "not financially motivated." Marlins VP/Sales & Marketing Jim Ross said that the team "wanted to make a change for creative reasons." The team is considering several candidates to replace Rokeach (MIAMI HERALD, 3/20)....The 76ers will change the start time of Monday-Saturday night home games next season, moving them up a half-hour to 7:00pm (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 3/20)....The situation involving former employees of Rocketball Ltd., who had threatened to bring charges of race discrimination and sexual harassment against the organization, has been "resolved." No details were released, and no legal action will proceed (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 3/2)....Through Monday, the Mariners had sold a club record 18,416 season tickets. At the same time last year, the club had sold 17,760 (SEATTLE TIMES, 3/19).