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Dipoto's Exit Is Latest Bad PR News For Angels, With Many Assigning Blame To Arte MorenoPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 02 / 15
The resignation of Angels GM Jerry Dipoto on Wednesday "brought an abrupt end to the tumultuous" tenure for the "forward-thinking executive whose numbers-based approach sometimes clashed with the supposedly set-in-his-ways [Mike Scioscia], baseball's longest-tenured manager," according to Mike DiG...
NHL Oilers Owner Peter Pocklington "is putting pressure" on a group which would buy the team and keep it in Edmonton, as Pocklington is now opening the process for "external bidding" from out-of-town
Raptors Majority Owner Allan Slaight was interviewed by Jim Proudfoot of the TORONTO STAR. Slaight, on holding majority control of the team: "I''m committed and deeply involved. I''m obsessively inter
In S.F., "on a lovely day for baseball," the Giants, in the middle of a pennant race, drew "only" 12,623 at 3Com Park to see them beat the Cardinals, according to Carl Nolte in a front-page piece in t
Single-game tickets for the Grizzlies "are decreasing in two categories and increasing by one or two dollars in five others. One category remains unchanged." The team is also introducing a $12 season-
The group led by Murray Frum that is trying to buy the Blue Jays "is on the agenda" for the MLB owners'' meetings, which begin Tuesday in Atlanta, according to Mike Ganter of the TORONTO SUN. Owners w
NHL Kings President Tim Leiweke "apologized Tuesday for suggesting owners Philip Anschutz and Ed Roski might sell the Kings if they don''t get approval for a new downtown arena," according to Randy Ha
About 11,300 tickets remain unsold for the Vikings home opener on Sunday against the Bucs (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 9/10)....In Tampa, David Smith, VP of sports apparel chain Team Choice, said that he
Jac Sperling, the Denver-based attorney who is in charge of day-to-day operations for the NHL expansion team in St. Paul, said that "between 9,200 and 9,300 season-ticket deposits -- costing $100 each
Vikings President Roger Headrick, on rumors that Cleveland is willing to pay $250M for the Vikings: "Are you kidding? I''d be smiling if that were true" (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 9/9).....The Packers c
The Hurricanes relocation from Hartford "has been like one of those marriages arranged years in advance by parents. From the start, there was never a grassroots push for the NHL in North Carolina ...