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Let's just say there are a lot of people unhappy that medical info on Matt Kemp got out publicly. All sorts of confidentiality issues there — Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) December 18, 2014 While YES and NYCFC announce partnership deal at presser, YES is showing Yankees Maga...
The Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority approved plans for a new $213M Hawks downtown arena, according to Unger & Saporta of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. The deal will be presented today to the At
DECISION DAY: Dade County voters will decide today whether an arena should be built on Biscayne Bay for the Heat. In Detroit, Wayne County voters decide on Proposition S, a referendum on county touris
Harris County voters decide today on Proposition One, which, if passed, would authorize construction of a new $265M downtown baseball stadium and $200M in Astrodome renovations, according to John Will
Paul Allen, who holds an option to buy the Seahawks, has hired lobbyists James Halstrom and Mark Greenberg at $5,000 and $6,000 a month, respectively, and made $40,000 in campaign contributions "in an
As noted in THE DAILY Friday, the Heat has agreed to cover the entire $165M cost of building a new arena under an agreement with Dade County officials. According to Mireya Navarro of the N.Y. TIMES, t
Negotiators reached agreement Saturday to a build a new $215M arena in downtown Atlanta after Turner Broadcasting executives resolved the remaining issues during seven hours of talks with city and Ful
Mike Lupica''s "Parting Shot" on ESPN''s "The Sports Reporters": "More and more, we keep pricing the average fan out of a seat at the ballpark. ... Every year, we make sports arenas more and more like
Detroit developer Chuck Forbes rejected an offer of "significantly more" than $6M for the property needed to build the twin stadiums in Detroit, according to David Shepardson of the DETROIT NEWS. Acco
A "majority" of Houston City Council members support Proposition 1, the proposed financing plan for a downtown Astros ballpark and Astrodome renovation, that Harris County will consider on Tuesday, ac
Negotiations scheduled for today on Atlanta''s $215M downtown Hawks arena project were "abruptly" canceled and said to be on "life support," according to Unger & Saporta in the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. H