Quote of the Day

"My personal opinion, I think Arthur Blank sucked up all the money that the city would have had to do anything to fix the stadium that it needed and there just wasn't anything for them to do so they left the Braves out to dry."
-- Georgia state Rep. Earl Ehrhart, on the new Falcons stadium that will be built in Fulton County, forcing the Braves to look outside downtown Atlanta. (MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL, 11/12)
Tuesday November 12, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 45 Print This Issue

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  • Taking The Lead

    Ross gave support to coach Joe Philbin, but discussed GM Jeff Ireland little

    Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross yesterday spoke publicly for the first time since reports of bullying in the team's locker room and said he is "appalled" by what he has heard, according to a front-page piece by Adam Beasley of the MIAMI HERALD. Ross added that he "does plan to change the culture within the organization, forming two committees -- one external, the other internal -- to make it happen." Ross said that he has "been in communication with Jonathan Martin via text message, and plans to meet with him Wednesday to hear his side of the story." However, Ross "did not commit to meeting with Richie Incognito, who has been suspended indefinitely." He said that his first reaction to hearing the allegations "was shock and disgust." Ross: "I ap ...

  • Kept In The Dark

    Braves' secretive negotiations blindside Atlanta officials.

  • Party Of The Century

    Details unveiled for celebration of Wrigley's 100th anniversary.

  • Pulling Into The Garage

    Travis Pastrana exits NASCAR just three years into his once-promising career.

  • Driven By Dollars

    Mark Miles says Indy 500 may push back Pole Day to Sunday.

  • Sales Pitch

    Dodgers looking to boost revenue with sponsorship deals around new Wi-Fi system.

  • Special Request

    Ute Tribe asking for favors from Univ. of Utah for school to keep its name, likeness.

  • Lost In The Mail

    COTA execs scrambling to resolve ticket delivery snafu.

  • How The West Was Won

    Jerry West leaves position with PGA Tour event to focus on consultant role with Warriors.

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