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Lions Ownership To Stay With Family After Passing Of William Clay Ford03 / 10 / 14
The Lions this morning announced Martha Ford, the widow of team Owner & Chair William Clay Ford, will take over controlling interest in the franchise "pursuant to long-established succession plans." William Clay Ford died yesterday at the age of 88 . Bill Ford Jr. will remain Lions Vice Chair (...
On Thursday, the Colts Subcommittee of the Indianapolis Professional Sports and Arts Task Force took two steps toward finding out what the Colts are worth to the city, according to the INDIANAPOLIS ST
The Lightning unveiled season ticket prices and a club membership program for its new home, the 19,500-seat Ice Palace scheduled to open in October. Full season ticket packages vary from $615-4,059, w
Houston Mayor Bob Lanier said Wednesday he is now negotiating to let the Oilers leave the Astrodome earlier than the expiration of the team''s lease in ''97. According to the HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Lanier
Opening statements got underway Wednesday in the reverse discrimination lawsuit brought against the Magic by former employee George Scholz, who says he was fired to make way for a black assistant coac
Alameda County Supervisors are calling for an audit of the Oakland Football Marketing Association, which heads up the Raiders marketing operation ("Sports View," CNBC, 1/10). The discord is over the g
Former Magic assistant George Scholz''s reverse discrimination lawsuit against the team began Tuesday in Orange County Circuit Court. Scholz, who is white, says he was fired in 1992 so the Magic could
ESPN''s Dan Patrick reported the Pirates sale to Kevin McClatchy has apparently hit a few last-minute snags, but McClatchy said "baseball isn''t going to let this thing come undone over a couple of mi
NL President Leonard Coleman, in Houston to drum up support for an Astros season ticket drive, hinted they might be allowed to move to VA if projections are not met. According to the HOUSTON CHRONICLE
CFL Stallions Owner Jim Speros and CFL Commissioner Larry Smith met with Astros Owner Drayton McLane yesterday to discuss the possibility of the team playing in the Astrodome. McLane "did not put a le
The Tigers will "revive" their statewide media tour in an attempt to win back customers turned off by the baseball strike. The tour will run for two weeks and feature fan interaction at various levels