Cubs' Average Price For Season Tickets Will Rise Red Sox Look To Avoid Luxury Tax Sources: LeBron Not Staying At Trump Hotel In N.Y. Clippers Holding Camp In Hawaii A's Reinvesting All Revenues Into Coliseum, Club Twins Owner Says Club Is Not For Sale Royals Will Not Exceed Current Payroll Sources: Penguins Getting $25M Investor Vikings Upset Over MLS Games At New Stadium Browns Make Case To Maintain Personnel
Cubs' Average Price For Season Tickets Will Rise Following Team's Championship RunPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 06 / 16
The Cubs yesterday announced that the "average price for season tickets will rise" 19.5% next season, with increases ranging from 6% for upper-deck reserved seats to 31% for infield club box seats, according to a front-page piece by Paul Sullivan of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. The "highest-priced premium s...
A group of NJ businessmen "will probably exercise an option to buy the Nets before a deadline of next Tuesday, with the intention of keeping the team in the state," according to Steve Popper of the N.
Islanders co-Owner Howard Milstein "has plugged the biggest hole in his bid to own the new Browns -- a local connection to offset the image of an outsider looking in," according to Lubinger & Grossi o
In L.A., Matt McHale reports that former Dodgers Exec VP Fred Claire "took the high road" at a press conference yesterday, choosing not to "rip" Peter O''Malley or Rupert Murdoch (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 6/2
T-Wolves Owner Glen Taylor said yesterday that he will bid for the Vikings on July 1, according to Jerry Zgoda of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Taylor said his financing is set and that his investor g
Former Dodgers Exec VP Fred Claire will hold a press conference in Pasadena today (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 6/24). National reaction to the team''s dismissal of Claire and manager Bill Russell continues. In D
Shruti Misra, a Las Vegas resident who has real estate holdings in NV, CA and NM, "has offered to purchase the Vikings" for $180M, according to Matt Jacob of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. A representa
"The odds of the Nets moving to Long Island just might have gotten better" after Charles Wang''s Long Island-based Computer Associates "put in a bid" to purchase the team with plans of moving it out o
The Bucks increased prices for season-ticket holders for next season, according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The increases are from $46 to $54; $41 to $47; $31 to $36; $28 to $32,
NO KING GEORGE HERE: In K.C., a source close to George and Bobby Brett discounted a report in Tuesday''s K.C. STAR that said the Bretts turned down an offer to join the Lamar Hunt-Western Resources bi
In Sacramento, Martin McNeal noted that potential No. 1 NBA draft pick Mike Bibby is represented by David Falk, "who would love nothing more than to have his client" in L.A. McNeal: "It wouldn''t be t