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Wednesday September 29, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 13 Print This Issue

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  • Crowd Control

    Rays Hoping To Create Full-House Atmosphere By Giving Away 20,000 Tickets

    The Rays are "offering 20,000 free tickets for tonight's final regular-season home game" at Tropicana Field after P David Price and 3B Evan Longoria "opened themselves up to criticism by complaining about low attendance ," according to Stanley & Topkin of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. Rays President Matt Silverman said that the team is not making the offer "in direct response to the critical comments about Monday's crowd" by Longoria and Price, but "in an attempt to create the full-house atmosphere sought by players." Silverman: "It was something we had discussed but I don't think we would have (done this without their comments)." The 20,000 tickets -- provided by the organization, not the players -- will be available starting at 4:45 ...

  • Two Up, Two Down

    Two baseball staples stepping aside as Gene Orza plans to leave MLBPA before '11 season and Bob DuPuy makes his resignation official.

  • The Lost Arco?

    NBA says it has "ceased its activities" on arena efforts in Sacramento after Cal Expo ruling.

  • Bearer Of Bad News

    Cal eliminates three sports and demotes storied rugby team in drastic effort to cut costs.

  • Sweet Home, Chicago

    ESPN draws highest cable audience this calendar year with Packers-Bears "MNF."

  • The Great Divide

    NFL formally presents 18-game plan to NFLPA; Polian says he used "imprecise" wording.

  • Keep The Runner On Base

    As the McCourt divorce trial winds down in L.A., Frank's rumored talks with Fox about Dodgers deal are deemed "nothing hot and heavy."

  • With Or Without You

    With trade rumors circling, Nuggets elect to leave Carmelo out of promotional spots.

  • Touchdown Celebration

    Unique giveaways tied to Seahawks stats have fans hoping team runs up the score.

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