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Sources: Angels' Jerry Dipoto Out As GM After Conflicts With Manager Mike SciosciaPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 01 / 15
Angels GM Jerry Dipoto "is indeed out," and while not all the details are clear, he and manager Mike Scioscia "never really clicked," according to sources cited by Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. The pair "got along ok during 98-win '14, but struggled to co-exist" this season ( TWITTER.com, 7/1 ...
The Coyotes, along with their PR firm Lavidge, Hiegel and Baumayer, have chosen "Real Sport, Real Fans" as their advertising slogan for the upcoming season, according to Tim Tyers of ARIZONA REPUBLIC.
The Canucks signed free agent Mark Messier to a three- year, $18M contract yesterday and fans were "lining up Monday to buy both full and partial season ticket packages," according to Elliott Pap of t
The MLB Rangers edged the Cowboys 352-348 in the favorite sports franchise category of the FT. WORTH STAR- TELEGRAM''s third annual Sports Canvass survey. The Cowboys had won the previous two years of
"For the first time, a racing team in a national series will receive primary sponsorship" from an NFL team, according to a report in NATIONAL SPEED SPORT NEWS. NC- based Thompson Racing will announce
Chargers Owner Alex Spanos said that he''s interested in buying the NBA Kings, "though it currently isn''t for sale," according to Jim Trotter of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. Spanos said that "he want
The Ravens have sold 49,000 season tickets as of Sunday (Baltimore SUN, 7/29)....John Spano "avoided a court appearance -- and arrest" when he secured a $3M bond for his release on bail on federal fra
Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie met the media yesterday and addressed reports that he will "sell, move or be financially unable to run the Eagles," according to Phil Sheridan of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER.
The efforts of John McConnell, the majority owner of Columbus'' NHL expansion franchise, to bring an NHL team to the city were examined by John Futty of the COLUMBUS DISPATCH. While McConnell "thought
The Hurricanes have signed Winston Cup driver Jeff Burton "to be a part of the team''s marketing campaign," according to Steve Politi of the Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER. Politi: "The Hurricanes hope the a
Ascent Entertainment Group Inc., parent of the Nuggets and Avalanche, "showed strong revenue growth for the second quarter but faces hurdles with its pro sports business, according to financial report