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The Coyotes announced their ticket price policy for their inaugural season at America West Arena. The average ticket price, excluding premium seats not available to the general public, will be just ab
The Ravens unveiled their new logo and uniforms to over 1,000 people at Baltimore''s Inner Harbor yesterday. Male and female models showed more than a dozen styles of clothes that included the Ravens'
The Jazz unveiled their new logo and uniforms yesterday as the team parted with 22 years of "borrowed tradition" for a new look, according to the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. The logo features the Wasatch Mount
Tuesday''s seven-hour opening session of the Bengals vs. the U.S. "yielded few surprises," according to George Hoffman of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The IRS "offered virtually no resistance" to James Ma
Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner, citing sagging attendance, laid off between 20 to 25 game-day employees yesterday. Yankees General Counsel David Sussman: "We made layoffs as a result of the decline
Ascent Sports announced ticket prices will increase for both the Avalanche and Nuggets next season, with the Nuggets up 5-10% and the Avalanche to be determined (Colorado Springs GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, 6/
Disney''s control over the Angels "extends well beyond cheerleaders and brass bands" on top of the dugouts, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the L.A. TIMES. The company "has taken a Kremlin-like approa
Panther Owner Wayne Huizenga said yesterday he is close to issuing a public offering of just under 50% of the team, according to Larry Lebowitz of the FT. LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL. Many details remain,
The Coyotes will announce their ticket prices for the upcoming season on Wednesday. Coyote COO Shawn Hunter said average ticket prices will be "a few dollars less" than the $38 average the NHL has pro
The Clippers terminated their lease at L.A. Sports Arena yesterday and "have penciled in a potential schedule" for ''96-97 at The Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, according to the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. Th