Rivalries Highlight CBS' Thursday NFL Package Seahawks Only Get One Home Night Game Sony, FIFA Target Latin America With World Cup Album Browns Remove Kosar As Preseason Analyst Executive Transactions Names In The News Did ESPN Misuse Camera In Pineda Affair? BigTeams Tabs Clay Walker As CEO, Gains Funding Red Sox' Grossman Profiled Glendale Won't Get State Funds For SB
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SBD/Issue 16/Sports Industrialists
Names In The News
Published October 3, 2005
|NFL Considering Placing Randy
Moss In Drug Program
NAMES: The ANDRE AGASSI CHARITABLE FOUNDATION (AACF) raised $10.1M to benefit at-risk youth organizations Saturday at the Grand Slam for Children presented by Genworth Financial (AACF)....In N.Y., Mangan & King report Yankees 3B ALEX RODRIGUEZ and poker player PHIL HELLMUTH were seen on September 21 playing poker at an illegal Manhattan card room. While it is illegal to operate a card club that charges admission or takes a cut of the pots, it is not against the law to wager in such an establishment (N.Y. POST, 10/3)....In Boston, Fee & Raposa reported actress RENEE ZELLWEGER sat in Red Sox Owner JOHN HENRY’s box during Saturday’s Yankees-Red Sox game as a guest of Red Sox Chair TOM WERNER (BOSTON HERALD, 10/2)....Chiefs Vice Chair JACK STEADMAN, the only individual other than Owner LAMAR HUNT to have been involved with the franchise since its inception in ’60, was inducted into the club’s Ring of Honor yesterday (K.C. STAR, 10/3).
PASSING: Longtime Denver Post sportswriter FRANK HARAWAY passed away Thursday night at the age of 88 due to heart failure (DENVER POST, 10/2).