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Marlins Reportedly Considering Getting Rid Of Sea-Themed Home-Run Sculpture In Left Field

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 17 / 18

The Marlins reportedly are "considering dumping" their multicolored, sea-themed home-run sculpture in left-center field, according to Tim Healey of the South Florida SUN SENTINEL. Marlins CEO Derek Jeter and the team recently hosted Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Miami Mayor Francis Suar...

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DECISION DAY, II: SPURS AWAIT OUTCOME OF HUGE REFERENDUM

Today''s weather forecast in San Antonio calls for fair conditions and temperatures in the 60s as Bexar County voters decide whether to increase local hotel occupancy and car-rental taxes to help fund

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11/02/99
DECISION DAY, IV: THREE CITIES SET TO VOTE ON COYOTES ARENA

Today''s weather forecast in the Scottsdale area calls for partly cloudy conditions with a high of 85 as voters in Scottsdale, Fountain Hills and Guadalupe go to the polls to vote on the proposed $535

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11/02/99
FACILITY NOTES

The WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Glenn Burkins reports that the Teamsters want the Redskins to "rethink" selling stadium naming rights to FedEx. The union "might use" the facility "for picketing or other fo

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11/02/99
DECISION DAY, III: ST. PAUL TO VOTE ON TWINS BALLPARK

Today''s weather forecast in the St. Paul area calls for fair conditions and temperatures in the 40s as voters go to the polls to decide the fate of a half-percent citywide sales tax increase to pay a

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11/02/99
DECISION DAY, I: HOUSTON VOTERS TO DECIDE ARENA FATE TODAY

Voters in Harris County "can expect mostly sunny skies, temperatures in the upper 60s and an array of state and local issues awaiting" them at the polls today, according to Mason & Williams of the HOU

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11/01/99
HOCKEY HITS THE TRIANGLE: RALEIGH ARENA OPENS FOR HURRICANES

The Hurricanes "christened" the Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena on Friday night, and the NEWS & OBSERVER''s Glascock & Price reported that a "big-league traffic tie-up around the arena meant an

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11/01/99
HOLT TO TAKE GREATER SHARE OF SPURS OWNERSHIP IF VOTE OK'D?

With his team facing a key referendum on a new arena tomorrow, Spurs Chair Peter Holt is optimistic the "vote will be won," according to Cardwell, Poling & Bower of the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. Holt

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11/01/99
A NEW LION'S DEN: TEAM TO BREAK GROUND ON STADIUM SHORTLY

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SUPPORT FOR HOUSTON ARENA GROWS WITH VOTE HELD TOMORROW

Support for a new downtown arena in Houston is "still lagging" just before tomorrow''s referendum, according to Julie Mason of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. According to a HOUSTON CHRONICLE/KHOU-CBS telephon

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