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Comparing Hamilton County''s $544.2M proposal to build neighboring stadiums for the Bengals and Reds with other stadiums completed in the last 25 years, the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER''s Richard Green conclu
A new poll shows MD voters continue to oppose Gov. Parris Glendening''s stadium plans for a Baltimore franchise and the Redskins. While the Governor''s ability to extract extra concessions from Owners
Walt Disney World Sports and the Braves announced yesterday they have reached an agreement to make Disney''s new sports complex in Buena Vista, FL, the spring training home of the Braves starting in '
The Brewers'' best hope for getting their new stadium built is to keep negotiating with their lead bank, the Charlotte-based NationsBank, according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The Brewers face
A letter sent from Heat Owner Micky Arison to Broward County Administrator Jack Osterholt may "provide an opening" for Dade County to keep the team, according to the MIAMI HERALD. In the letter, Ariso
Reds Owner Marge Schott "ignited a new round of controversy" over the stadium sales tax by questioning the Bengals'' need for a new facility. Schott made her first public comments on the stadium in mo
Hornets representatives conceded that a new arena built in downtown Charlotte would be best for the city but an arena in SC, near Paramount''s Carowinds, "would cost less," according to this morning''
The Southeast WI Professional Baseball Park District voted last night to suspend the .1% sales tax in effect to fund a new stadium for the Brewers on March 22 if the team does not come up with its req
The Giants released an economic study yesterday which showed their new ballpark would provide the city with a $40M annual economic boost over Candlestick Park. The study, prepared by Economic Research
Marc Ganis, President of SportsCorp. in Chicago, has offered his services on a "success-fee basis" as a intermediary in the dispute between the Bears and Chicago (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 2/25)....Jerry Colan