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Selig Says Cubs Owners Unfairly Criticized By Media In Ongoing Rooftop Battle

04 / 24 / 14

MLB Commissioner Bud Selig yesterday "came out swinging" on behalf of the Ricketts family, which owns the Cubs, who he believes is "being treated unfairly by the Chicago media in their battle with rooftop owners," according to Paul Sullivan of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Selig said he will do "whatever is ...

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04/19/95
THE PALACE TO BUILD NEW ENTRANCE AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

Palace Sports and Entertainment President Tom Wilson said yesterday they will spend $15M to build a new entrance for The Palace at Auburn Hills. The plan features a 100,000-square-foot, glass-walled a

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04/19/95
REACTION NEGATIVE TO BEARS' DESIRES FOR NEW 'BURB HOME

The latest issue of CRAIN''S CHICAGO BUSINESS examines Bears Owner Michael McCaskey''s desire for $185M in state funding for a new $285M home for the team in suburban Chicago. Jeff Borden reports that

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04/19/95
BANKS ASK CONGRESS TO ASSURE THAT DC CAN REPAY ARENA LOANS

Crestar and NationsBank, who have offered the cash-strapped DC government $53M to buy the land and make improvements on the site of a proposed new arena, have asked Congress for assurances the city wi

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04/19/95
DETROIT MAYOR COMES OUT WITH NEW PLAN FOR TIGER STADIUM

Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer says this year''s version of a new Tiger Stadium will be "smaller, less costly and better defined than last year''s." When it is unveiled before the end of May, the plan wi

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04/18/95
IS MARINERS STADIUM SUPPORT IN JEOPARDY IF JOHNSON TRADED?

State legislators in favor of a new retractable-roof facility for the Mariners got a boost when House representatives voted in favor of sending a stadium finance bill back to committee. State Rep. Mar

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04/18/95
WEST COAST NBA TEAMS DEAL WITH ARENA ISSUES

CLIPPERS AT THE POND: The Clippers have submitted an application with the NBA Board of Governors to add two games at Anaheim''s Arrowhead Pond for ''95-96. The team played six games in Orange County t

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04/14/95
NEW HOME FOR MARINERS COULD BE CLOSER

In Seattle, the "logjam stalling legislation" to finance a $250M stadium for the Mariners may have been broken this week as the state House took steps closer to passing the Stadium Bill. On Tuesday, a

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04/14/95
HISTORY SAYS THAT DAVIS WILL RETURN FOR ANOTHER SEASON

Coliseum officials in L.A. "still harbor hopes" that the Raiders will be playing there for the "foreseeable future," according to Kenneth Reich in today''s L.A. TIMES. If Raiders Owner Al Davis procee

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04/14/95
CITY OF DENVER GETS A "HELLUVA GOOD DEAL" WITH PEPSI CENTER

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04/14/95
GIANTS AND WARRIORS MEET TO DISCUSS NEW ARENA

At the "urging" of San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan, Giants officials met yesterday with new Warriors owner Chris Cohan and President Andy Dolich to discuss a possibile Mission Bay arena site. The Gia

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