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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...
While Twins Owner Carl Pohlad "will not talk about it, reliable sources report that he has had offers to buy the team from other cities," according to Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. One
David LeFevre resigned as Governor of the Lightning, a position he has held since December ''91. Team President & CEO Steve Oto will assume the responsibilities (Lightning). In Tampa, Roy Cummings wro
Although Frisch''s Restaurants Inc. is still looking to sell its stake in the Reds, CEO Craig Maier said that "the restaurant company isn''t likely to divest the investment for at least another year,
As the Broncos begin their season, "key issues are emerging in their drive for a new stadium," including "how much voters should know about the team''s ownership and finances" before voting on a $180M
Orca Bay Sports & Entertainment, parent of the Canucks and Grizzlies, named Stephen Bellringer as President & CEO, according to the CP. He takes over "daily command" of Orca Bay''s sports and entertai
Of the 15 NFL home openers this weekend, seven teams are sold out. As of late Wednesday, non-sellouts included the Ravens with 3,175 tickets remaining; the Dolphins with about 7,900; the Bucs with abo
Ravens Owner Art Modell has bought out two former partners "in a massive restructuring in which the team will take on more debt than any other" NFL team, according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN.
Spurs Chair Peter Holt said Wednesday that about $5M in insurance money collected on four injured players "could offset the financial losses of a cellar-dwelling season," according to Travis Poling of
In Chicago, columnist Bob Verdi reports that Michael Jordan signed a one-year contract with the Bulls yesterday worth an estimated $36M. Verdi: "How much is he really worth? If Oprah pulls down $180 m
The Phillies need "a drastic change in ownership," according to columnist Timothy Dwyer of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, who writes, team Chair Bill Giles and "his silent partners have proved that they h