Marlins Fans, Baseball World Mourns Fernandez Protests Take Place Outside Panthers Game 76ers Buy Into Two E-Sports Franchises NFL Shows Desire To Keep Raiders In Oakland Ripken Looks To Sell Interest In IronBirds Comcast To Buy Snider's Stake In Flyers Dolphins Aiming To Host NFL Draft? Pacers' Turner Impressed By Fever For Demonstration Atlanta United To Be "Bold" In MLS Mark Davis Not Pleased By Adelson's Comments
Published March 9, 1998
New Isles Owner Steven Gluckstern was on the concourse during the Isles-Avalanche game Saturday exchanging Islanders items with the Fisherman logo for a free T-shirt. More than 1,295 Islanders fans exchanged items (Jim Benton, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 3/8)....The Stars have increased their season-ticket base from 6,500 in '95-'96, to 11,000 this season (STAR-TELEGRAM, 3/7)....NBC's Jim Gray interviewed Magic Johnson during the Pistons-Lakers game Sunday. Johnson, asked why he is selling his stake in the Lakers: "Because I am managing athletes" ("NBA on NBC," 3/8). ...49ers co-Owner Eddie DeBartolo's brother-in-law, John York II, disputed a S.F. Chronicle report that Eddie DeBartolo "was trying to buy his sister's share of the team." York: "The facts are not right" (Mult., 3/8).