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Wolff Considering Building Temporary Bay Area Ballpark During Coliseum Negotiations03 / 07 / 14
A's Owner Lew Wolff is "evaluating the viability" of building a temporary Bay Area ballpark as he "negotiates for a longer lease" at O.co Coliseum, according to Greg Baumann of the SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNAL. Wolff in an e-mail wrote, "I am hopeful of expanding our lease at the Oakland Coliseum...
Milwaukee County Exec F. Thomas Ament denied yesterday that spending for a new Brewers stadium "will come at the expense of ''human needs,''" according Craig Gilbert of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL.
Milwaukee was the center of the sports venue world last week, and not because of the significant victory for the Brewers'' towards getting a new stadium. Co-sponsored by Marquette Law School and Deloi
The Red Sox plan to meet with key policy members to "revive" their proposed ballpark along Fort Point Channel in South Boston. Team Exec VP John Buckley said they remain "puzzled and disappointed" tha
The Oakland Coliseum board gave its approval yesterday to an agreement "shifting power over major financial decisions to city and county appointees." The board voted unanimously in favor of a 10-year
New York City and state officials met yesterday with Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner and agreed to "carry out studies of three possible stadium sites for a new stadium," according to Vivian Toy of t
Talks between Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke and Prince George''s County, MD, Exec Wayne Curry are "making little headway," according to this morning''s WASHINGTON POST. Cooke last week declined Curry
It is time to "prepare for some hardball bargaining over the details" of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley''s stadium proposal, according to today''s CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Kass & Deardorff report that at a news
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue recommended yesterday that Tampa receive the Super Bowl in 2000 if the team gets a new stadium (NFL). Tagliabue''s "bombshell" announcement came as the Greater Tampa Ch
The FleetCenter is a finalist to be a ''99 NCAA basketball tournament host. The new arena seems more likely to host first and second round games before it qualifies as an East Regional host (BOSTON GL
Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chair Henry Savelkoul told Jay Weiner of the Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE the MSFC should be replaced with a new "statewide or metro area sports authority" to ove