Quote of the Day

"I would prefer an owner of a team that I'm a fan of to be more honest about what he feels is going on with his players."
-- D'Backs Managing Partner Ken Kendrick, on being outspoken about his team. (ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 10/10)
Wednesday October 10, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 21 Print This Issue

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  • Bringing Their "A" Game

    A's fan group wanted team to remove tarps from upper deck for today's ALDS game

    A grass-roots group looking to keep the A's in Oakland yesterday delivered a letter to team ownership "demanding the club remove the upper-deck tarps" for today's ALDS Game 4 against the Tigers, according to Susan Slusser of the S.F. CHRONICLE. However, the team said that it "could not oblige, due to a lack of ticket demand and logistical concerns." The group, which calls itself "Let's Go Oakland," said 10,102 A's fans are "being denied the right to attend the ALDS because there are no more seats available." A's Owner Lew Wolff said, "Playoff strips have been on sale since the end of August. People have had more than a month to purchase seats. If there was the level of fan interest to take off the tarps, it would have been evident." Wolff a ...

  • The Heat Is On

    Heat players and front-office execs hope China trip opens doors to new partnerships.

  • Step Up To The Plate

    New report calls on top college leaders to monitor athletics.

  • Queen Me

    Could USTA be biggest roadblock to MLS’ stadium plans in Queens?

  • Setting The Pace

    Pacers optimistic after seeing uptick in season-tix renewals.

  • Back To School Season

    BC welcomes Bates as new AD; Eichorst introduced at Nebraska.

  • Travel Agent

    Packers WR Jordy Nelson to star in Wisconsin Dept. of Tourism's '13 campaign.

  • Double Your Pleasure

    James Dolan not worried about Barclays Center taking bookings away from MSG.

  • Honesty First

    D'Backs' Kendrick makes no apologies for being outspoken.

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