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NYC FC To Play First Three Seasons As MLS Club At Yankee Stadium

04 / 15 / 14

NYC FC is slated to join MLS next year, and the club will "play its first three seasons at Yankee Stadium," according to sources cited by Das & Waldstein of the N.Y. TIMES. An official announcement is expected next week. The site of the team's home games has "hovered since it was announced last ...

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09/25/95
AIRLINE CONSIDERS NAMING RIGHTS FOR NEW BREWERS HOME

In yesterday''s MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, Dan Hanley writes not to rule out the possibility of renaming the Brewers stadium "Midwest Express Field." Midwest Express Senior VP Brenda Skelton: "We wou

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09/25/95
"HIGH-PRICED" BIDDING WAR LAUNCHED OVER WARRIORS

Oakland and San Jose have launched a "high-price" bidding war over who will get the Warriors -- "with opening offers running as high as $20M," according to story first reported in Friday''s SAN FRANCI

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09/25/95
CHICAGO MAYOR SUGGESTS BEARS SHARE COMISKEY

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09/25/95
YANKS READY TO TAKE THE "BRONX" OUT OF "BRONX BOMBERS"

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09/22/95
STADIUM NOTES

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09/22/95
BREWERS STADIUM PLAN HITS ANOTHER SNAG

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09/22/95
RUMORS OF YANKEES MOVE TO NJ "BLOWN WAY OUT OF PROPORTION"

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09/21/95
STADIUM NOTES

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09/21/95
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09/21/95
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