Vivid Seats For Sale For $1.5B F1 Enters New Era in '17 Without Ecclestone Cost Of UNC Scandal Nearing $18M Lundquist Profiled On "Sunday Morning" Warriors Bring Awareness To Fraudulent Tickets Auto Club Speedway Celebrates 20th Anniversary Rule Changes Up For Vote At NFL Meetings Shaq Honored With Staples Center Statue Elite Eight Sites Draw Strong Crowds Source: Raiders Stadium Will Cost $200M Less
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Aflac To Be Primary Sponsor Of Edwards'
Sprint Cup Ride Beginning In '09
Jersey Redesign Helping Rays
See Increase In Merchandise Sales
STADIUM OR BUST? St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce's baseball task force co-Chair Steve Raymund, whose group is studying the Rays' $450M waterfront stadium proposal, said that "rejecting the plan may be the end" of MLB in St. Petersburg. Raymund said that if St. Petersburg "won't build the Rays a new stadium, some other city will." Raymund: "The reality is that the Rays say they need a new stadium to remain viable, that it's critical to their organization. If it's not here, it'll be somewhere else" (ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 5/21).
RBS Nearing Extension Of
Endorsement Deal With Donald