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While MLB teams are "bloated with money" and have spent $1.7B on player acquisitions so far this winter, some "blue-collar franchises with passionate fan bases are acting as if we're back in the 1950s," according to Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY. The Pirates, Indians and Orioles are conducting offsea...
Shares of John Labatt, Ltd. "continued to rise to record highs for the year as investors expect a bidding war for the brewing and entertainment giant," writes Marina Strauss in this morning''s Toronto
The new owners of the Jets, "in a gesture of appreciation for the grassroots campaign" that raised C$13M to help keep the team in Winnipeg, will likely add two fans to the team''s board of directors.
Cincinnati Investment banker William DeWitt and his partners will sell their limited interests in the Orioles to principal owner Peter Angelos for the approximately $4M originally invested. DeWitt, wh
CELTICS: The Celtics will charge up to $125 for front-row sideline seats at the new FleetCenter, according to a report in this morning''s BOSTON HERALD. It was believed the team''s top ticket price at
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Tuesday''s Nashville TENNESSEAN examined whether or not Nashville has what it takes for the NHL to survive there. Harold Huggins reports that while the city has many positives the league is looking fo
John Labatt, Ltd., the owners of the Blue Jays, CFL Argonauts, and TSN, recommended that shareholders not tender their shares to LBT Acquisition Corp. (a subsidiary of Onex Corp.) before a detailed ev
A proposal that would bring L.A. a second pro football team in ''98 and two Super Bowls to a new stadium at Holloywood Park "is expected to be formalized" by the NFL''s finance committee today, accord
The effort by local groups to keep the Jets in Winnipeg is "not for one-year, but for long-term," according to a source close to negotiations cited by Douglas & Samyn in this morning''s WINNIPEG FREE
The Canucks, who feel like they''re "operating now under a restrictive name and logo," could consider a name change "if there was overwhelming support for a change," according to Northwest Entertainme
The battle for John Labatt Ltd. "heated up" over the weekend as President George Taylor accused Onex Corp. of trying to "steal" his brewing business with a low offer. On Thursday, Onex Corp. offered C