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04/10/95
SAGA CONTINUES FOR COOKE AS HE SEARCHES FOR NEW STADIUM SITE

Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke is now facing "daunting and perhaps insurmountable problems" at possible stadium sites in Prince George''s County, MD, according to today''s WASHINGTON POST. As with Coo

Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

04/07/95
CINCINNATI MAY LOOK FOR FIRM TO MANAGE STADIUM

Cincinnati City Manager John Shirey is expected to recommend a plan "within weeks" to search for a private firm to manage Riverfront Stadium. Councilman Phil Heimlich, who suggested the same idea last

Tags: Facilities

04/07/95
WARRIORS MAY NOT ACCOMPANY GIANTS TO NEW COMPLEX

In a move that has "dimmed" San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan''s hopes that the Warriors will join the Giants at a Mission Bay entertainment complex, Warriors attorney Robin Bagget has told Jordan that

Tags: Facilities, Golden State Warriors

04/07/95
DETAILS ON BANK ONE'S $132 MILLION ARIZONA INVESTMENT

Bank One''s $66M, 30-year deal to name the Diamondbacks'' new retractable dome stadium "Bank One Ballpark" is joined by a $66M, 30-year radio and television advertising and promotional contract with t

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Facilities

04/07/95
BREWERS EVALUATE THEIR OPTIONS AFTER LOTTERY LOSS

With the defeat this week of a sports lottery to help fund a new stadium in Milwaukee, the Brewers are now left with a "handful of alternatives that each carry their own set of political obstacles." T

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

04/07/95
KIEL CENTER REACHES DEAL WITH TICKETS NOW

The Kiel Center and Tickets Now have signed a "peace agreement" which calls for the ticket agency to continue as the official ticket provider for the arena "for a minimum of three years." Blues hockey

Tags: Facilities, St. Louis Blues

04/06/95
AS DAVIS COURTS POTENTIAL SUITORS, COLISEUM LOOKS ELSEWHERE

The L.A. Coliseum Commission voted Wednesday to begin construction on a new $5.6M press box that will be paid for with federal funds. However, while lack of additional funding would keep the stadium f

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals, Facilities, NFL, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams

04/06/95
SIX TEXAS SPORTS TEAMS JOIN TO BACK ARENA BILLS

Six professional teams in Texas have joined an effort to back state legislation that could help finance or renovate arenas or stadiums. The Mavericks, Stars, Cowboys, Rockets, Oilers, and Spurs have f

Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, Southwest Sports Group

04/06/95
UNCERTAINTY TURNS INTO OPTIMISM FOR TAMPA OFFICIALS

Despite acknowledging earlier this week that it would be impossible to meet an April 30 deadline to sign a lease for the ThunderDome, St. Petersburg officials were reportedly "optimistic" yesterday th

Tags: Facilities

04/06/95
GREAT DAY TO PLAY TWO, OR OPEN AN INTEREST- FREE ACCOUNT

Diamondbacks officials announced yesterday that their new 47,000-seat retractable dome stadium will be named the Bank One Ballpark, having sold the naming rights to the proposed stadium to the subsidi

Tags: Arizona Diamondbacks, Facilities

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