Marlins' Talks With Kushners Over For Now Yankees' Arbitration Hearing Gets Heated Could Mookie Betts Be Next Face Of Baseball? Tom Ricketts Addresses Cubs' Offseason Werner, Henry Have No Plans To Sell Red Sox Cavaliers Get Front Office Shakeup Bucs Raise Ticket Prices For Second Straight Year Stadium Deal Could Help DC United Sign Top Players Leonsis Sees DC, Baltimore As "Super City" Most Dolphins Season-Ticket Prices Will Not Change
Published April 28, 1998
In K.C., prospective owners "are supposed to submit their initial bids today for the Royals" (K.C. STAR, 4/28)....The Red Sox, "joining an industry trend," have placed signage on the padding behind home plate, a house ad promoting a number to call for tickets (BOSTON GLOBE, 4/28). ...In K.C., Jeffrey Flanagan writes that a source said IHL Blades Owner Dan DeVos and the Blades "could be looking to boost their image in the city by asking" George Brett to become a partial owner of the team (K.C. STAR, 4/28)....In Philadelphia, columnist Bill Lyon calls on the 76ers to re- sign President Pat Croce: "Under Croce's stewardship, the Sixers have recaptured fan interest. It would be foolhardy not to retain him" (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 4/28).