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Sources: Marlins Using Jeter's Name Without His Blessing To Elicit Interest In Buying TeamPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 17
The Marlins are likely using former MLBer Derek Jeter to "gin up interest in buying the baseball team," according to sources cited by Josh Kosman of the N.Y. POST. Sources said that Marlins President David Samson is "running a sales process without an investment banker, and he (or people close to hi...
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft "said he was not overly concerned about the growing skepticism" among some CT lawmakers about the stadium deal he negotiated with CT Gov. John Rowland, according to Mike Al
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"Only" several hundred Bengals fans "joined an organized protest and walked out of Sunday''s [Bengals-Bills] game to urge" team President Mike Brown to "step down" as GM, according to Rick Van Sant of
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