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It’s time to make your opinion known as the 10th annual SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily Reader Survey is underway. The survey features 100 questions across leagues, teams, facilities, sponsorship, media, and more. Some of the questions that you will find in this year's survey are...
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Tom Reich, agent for Yankee closer John Wetteland, said the mixup which resulted in his client not being paid commensurate with his $4M contract will be resolved in the coming days (N.Y. POST, 5/14)..
Rumors of a Panthers sale from Wayne Huizenga to Dallas businessman John Spano were "as plentiful as toy rats" when both men took in the Panthers-Flyers game Thursday night. Dave Sheinin of the MIAMI
Despite the fact that the Jazz''s two stars, Karl Malone and John Stockton, are age 34 and 32 respectively and the team recently failed to sell out a playoff game for the first time in Delta Center hi
On Thursday, the Ravens will announce a PSL price structure that is the lowest in the NFL, according to Vito Stellino of the Baltimore SUN. Instead of attempting to raise $80M in PSL sales as previous
The Raptors announced they will raise the cost of 30% of their tickets. The highest hike will be in the blue section -- up to C$82.50 from last year''s C$75 (FINANCIAL POST, 5/10)....The ORANGE COUNTY
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CT Gov. John Rowland "hardened his stance" on the Whalers self-imposed ticket-selling deadline on WTNH-TV in New Haven Thursday when he warned it could cost the Whalers money should they break their C
Brewers President and acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig admitted he "goofed" when he wrote fund-raising letters on team stationery in support of State Sen. George Petak, according to Daniel Bice of th
Whether or not the Panthers beat the Flyers in their second- round playoff series, the team will win at the cash register, writes Larry Lebowitz of the FT. LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL. Although the Panthe
Calvin Hill, former NFL player and Orioles exec, is moving forward with plans to bring an MLB team to Washington, according to the WASHINGTON POST. Hill yesterday identified two of his investors, both
Both the AHL and IHL are keeping a close eye on the Whalers campaign to sell 11,000 season tickets, which is just shy of 8,000 with a week to go. According to Michael Arace of the HARTFORD COURANT, AH