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Chargers Adviser Maas Reiterates No Decision Coming On Relocation Until After Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 07 / 16

Chargers Special Adviser Fred Maas on Monday in a meeting with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer reiterated that the team "won't be making any decisions about a possible move" to L.A. until after the season ends on Jan. 1, according to David Garrick of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. Faulconer on Mo...

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SPURS CALL QUARRY SITE FOR ARENA "BEST" FOR TEAM AND CITY

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08/12/98
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08/12/98
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08/11/98
FENWAY LAND BOUGHT, WILL IT PUT A CRAMP IN RED SOX'S PLANS?

A parcel of Fenway land "coveted" by the Red Sox for their ballpark plans is being "bought by a prominent Boston- based shopping center developer, who says he has no interest in building a ballpark,"

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08/11/98
TEAMS STICKING WITH FINE HOST THROUGH ITS FINANCIAL PROBLEMS

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08/11/98
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