Quote of the Day

align="center">“There is no strike.”

— NL player rep Tom Glavine
(AP, 8/30).

Friday August 30, 2002 Vol. 8 — No. 238 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Fans Pleased With MLB Labor Deal

    Two-hundred and ninety-eight days after MLB Commissioner Bud Selig announced plans to contract two teams — and just three hours before the first potentially cancelled game — management and union negotiators have reached a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement through '06. Management has agreed not to fold any teams through the life of the pact. This 11th-hour settlement avoids the league's ninth work stoppage since '72 and ensures MLB's season will continue with no lost games.

  • Changing Horses In Midstream?
    Less than a month after announcing it would scale back on expansion, Magna plans new $220M track in Detroit.

    Tire Change
    Citing new interactive show and low ratings, ESPN says it will discontinue weekday editions of "RPM2Night."

    Three Stripes, You're Out?
    Reebok courting adidas hoops exec Sonny Vaccaro.

    Minority Report
    National Guard to sponsor new African-American-owned NASCAR Winston Cup team.

    Cable Ready
    Fresh off Stanley Cup appearance, Hurricanes sign favorable TV deal, hone in on Charlotte market.

    Coming To A Theater Near You...
    ... college football. Regal CineMedia to present CO State- UCLA in four theaters.

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