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In an effort to "spur interest among casual fans and provide an alternative that could result in follow-up sales," the Falcons have cut the prices of about 4,500 endzone seats at the Georgia Dome. The
In S.F., columnist Gwen Knapp examines lagging baseball attendance in the Bay Area, with "many logical and demographic explanations" -- from the small two-team market, to the arrival of MLS, and the r
Oakland city and Alameda County officials are "turning to Al Davis to help them sell tickets to Raiders games," according to Susan Dowdney of the CONTRA COSTA TIMES. The plea is to have Davis help pro
Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag told the Greensboro, NC, Rotary Club the Triad area is a possibility for an MLB team. Moag: "Owners aren''t looking to big-name cities any longer. They are l
The Bullets took out a half-page ad in Sunday''s Washington Post in an attempt to demonstrate their intent to sign highly sought-after free agent Juwan Howard. The ad included a letter from team Owner
Astros Senior VP Bob McClaren said yesterday the team will wait until the end of July before deciding whether to petition MLB to allow a move of the franchise, according to John Williams of the HOUSTO
ESPN''s Peter Gammons notes, "No one can accuse the Brewers or Orioles players of hypocrisy. Each group of players voted to refuse to stay at a Toronto hotel which was using replacement workers. In fa
With the "young, hip" 20-to-45-year-old crowd attending Nuggets and Avalanche games, Broncos fans have become part of a "graying generation" where the average season ticket holder is "fiftysomething,"
Randy Johnson, President of the Orlando Area Sports Commission, is talking to Orange County about investing $2M a year to bring the Bucs to Osceola County. One idea is for Orange County to build a tra
The Devil Rays named two investors to their ownership group: Gus Stavros, a "longtime Pinellas County businessman and philanthropist," has joined as a limited partner; and Mel Danker, a Fayetteville,