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Blue Jays Receiving Credit For Hiring Shapiro, Though Questions Loom For AnthopoulosPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 01 / 15
The Blue Jays have "generated universal acclaim" for hiring President & CEO Mark Shapiro , a "smart, progressive, people-oriented executive with a long, impressive resumé covering both the baseball operations and business areas of running a ball club," according to John Lott of the NATIO...
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New York investor Michael Largue, "seen as the final hope for saving the NHL in Hartford," met with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman Friday to discuss the possibility of buying the Whalers, according to
South FL''s "erratic support" of soccer at the Orange Bowl in recent decades "makes one wonder" why MLS chose Miami as an expansion site for the ''98 season, according to Jeff Rusnak of the Ft. Lauder
Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke died yesterday after suffering a heart attack at his home in Washington, DC, at the age of 84, according to Melton & Justice of the WASHINGTON POST. Cooke, "who had a lo
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Astrodome USA Owner Drayton McLane, Jr. said yesterday he "will not accept" the latest offer from Oilers Owner Bud Adams to settle their "long-running legal dispute," according to David Barron of the
"Last ditch efforts" to keep the Whalers in Hartford hit a "dead end," as the city''s corporate leaders "reluctantly" concluded that team Owner Peter Karmanos is "not interested in making a deal," acc
The BOSTON GLOBE''s Peter May reports that Larry Bird has talked to Kentucky coach Rick Pitino about coaching the Celtics and "may have made other inquiries as well." May reports that Bird was "given