Quote of the Day

"He's going to put in a lot of hard work to get back in folks' good graces. And that's going to take some time. It's not like we're going to be at opening day next year and we're going to be through this."
-- Brewers Owner Mark Attanasio, in his first public comments regarding LF Ryan Braun's suspension for the rest of the season. (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 7/25)
Thursday July 25, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 223 Print This Issue

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  • Long Time Coming

    DC United will be granted a 25- to 35-year lease for the land

    MLS DC United and city officials have reached a preliminary $300M deal to build a 20,000-25,000 seat soccer-specific stadium in the Buzzard Point area of Southwest DC. The venue is expected to be built in time for the '16 season. Under provisions of the terms sheet, the city anticipates that it will swap DC-owned property to assemble the stadium site parcels. The term sheet calls for DC to act as a horizontal developer and assume the cost of land acquisition and infrastructure (approximately $150M), while DC United would build the venue (approximtalely $150M). There is not yet a finalized design for the proposed stadium ( DC United ). SI.com's Brian Straus tweeted from the press conference announcing the deal, "Marion Barry interrupts may ...

  • I Second That Emotion

    Belichick shows “humility and humanity” in addressing Aaron Hernandez issue.

  • Unresolved Issues

    Ricketts won't begin Wrigley upgrades until rooftop owners agree not to sue over views.

  • Digging In The Dirt

    NASCAR's return to its dirt track roots at Eldora Speedway draws rave reviews.

  • Apple Cobbler

    N.Y. Council: MSG must relocate, USTA expansion approved.

  • Five Of A Kind

    Delany echoes call for NCAA reform, expects super division.

  • Scarlet Fever

    Rutgers looks to boost brand recognition with IMG College.

  • Black Label Society

    Expect to see the Panthers' black-on-black jersey more after it wins NFL.com's title of best uniform ever.

  • Stand By Me

    Inside the “close partnership” of Casey Wasserman, Bill Clinton.

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