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Indians Chair Paul Dolan Soaking In First World Series Appearance As Head Of FranchisePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 24 / 16
The Indians are making their first trip to the World Series under ownership of the Dolan family -- who are native to Cleveland -- and team Chair & CEO Paul Dolan said to "be there with my father and to accept this trophy, those are the things you don't dream about as kids," accord...
The Oakland City Council "has approved a proposal to settle all differences" with the Raiders "and keep massive public debt from growing any larger," according to Laura Counts of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE.
Expos Chair Jacques Menard said yesterday that he hopes to have an extension of the June 30 deadline for ballpark financing announced about June 22 or 23, according to Jeff Blair of the Toronto GLOBE
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In a "unique response aimed at reclaiming fans'' affection," NBA Kings Owner Jim Thomas has issued a five- points bulletin to season-ticket holders that includes a "money-back guarantee," according to
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FEELING MINNESOTA: In Minneapolis, lawyers for the Twins yesterday asked a Hennepin County (MN) District Judge "to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission that seeks
In Toronto, Jim Proudfoot reported that the Maple Leafs have created a "new schedule of bonuses, paid to every participant on the roster and tied to collective team achievements." Payoffs "will be pro