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The Astros on Friday named Reid Ryan as the club's new President of Business Operations , and Ryan "vows to focus on the business side and leave the baseball decisions" to GM Jeff Luhnow, according to Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Ryan said, “I kind of look at what my vision i...
The agreement between the Rams and the city of St. Louis was released yesterday, and "contrary to popular belief about the 30- year lease, St. Louis didn''t give the Rams everything," according to Mik
Bruins great Bobby Orr and former U.S. Senator Paul Tsongas are trying to bring an American Hockey League franchise to Lowell, MA. The two, "who head a group of local investors," met with AHL official
"In a time when the meek inherit the league, Anaheim officials are wondering where they fit into this new world of pro football," writes Barbara Kingsley in this morning''s ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. If
The February 16 owners meeting in Dallas set up by NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue to discuss the Rams move may also be an opportunity for the league to vote on the sale of the Buccaneers to Malcolm G
The long-awaited announcement of Rams'' move to St. Louis was made yesterday at the America''s Center Convention complex in downtown St. Louis. "It was part celebration, part pep-rally, part theater.
Malcolm Glazer''s purchase of the Buccaneers for $192M sent shock waves "throughout the North American sports community," as the worst-ever NFL team was sold for the highest price of any professional
The Rams move affects the Raiders on "several fronts." Most notably, with a stadium. Raiders Owner Al Davis may be "able to use the loss of the Rams as leverage to better guarantee that" current negot
Save the Rams, the civic group trying to keep the Rams in Southern CA, said yesterday that they intend to lobby team owners in an attempt to garner the eight "no" votes necessary to block a Rams move.
Malcolm Glazer, the 66-year old Palm Beach financier, reached agreement yesterday with the trustees of the Hugh Culverhouse estate to buy the Buccaneers, according to this morning''s ST. PETERSBURG TI
At a 3:00pm EST news conference, the Rams will officially announce their intention to leave Southern California after 49 years and move to St. Louis, according to this morning''s L.A. TIMES. Rams Owne