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Rice Apologies For "Biggest Mistake" Of His Life, Calls Suspension Out Of His ControlPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 14
Ravens RB Ray Rice today for the first time publicly commented on the two-game suspension the NFL gave him for his domestic violence arrest in February, calling it something he did not "have any control over." Rice said, "That’s higher authorities. That’s something that the courts, the N...
Interbrew SA says it plans to "replace" the 11-member Board of Directors for the Blue Jays with a "new committee of its own making," according to today''s Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Interbrew will replace
One day after Anheuser-Busch''s announcement that they will sell the Cardinals as part of a company restructuring, "rumors" were flying in St. Louis as to the future of the team, according to Tim O''N
Blade Communications Inc, the parent company of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, is the latest investor to join a group headed by Kevin McClatchy trying to buy the Pirates, according to the POST GAZETTE.
The Nuggets reported revenues of $46M last season -- double what the team generated three years ago. The club reported $13.7M of the revenue came from ticket sales and radio/TV, while $18.3M came from
The Hornets are "considering" moving to SC, or Gaston Cabarrus or Mecklenburg Counties in NC, according to this morning''s CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. But Dan Chapman reports that Hornets President Spencer St
Raiders marketing officials admitted yesterday what "ticket holders have known for weeks: the sales effort had fallen far short of the team''s commitment to excellence" (Robert Salladay, OAKLAND TRIBU
Oakland City and Alameda County negotiators proposed a new long-term plan to keep the Warriors in Oakland, according to this morning''s S.F. CHRONICLE. Part of the proposal has the team and public age
In a prepared statement, acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said he had been aware of Anheuser-Busch''s decision to sell the Cardinals and Busch Stadium "for some time." Selig acknowledged that A-B had
Dr. Arthur Pappas, the Red Sox team physician and a co-owner of the team, was ordered by a U.S. District Court jury to pay $1.7M in damages to former Red Sox player Marty Barrett, according to this mo
In a surprise announcement, Anheuser-Busch officials said yesterday they will sell the Cardinals as part of a company reorganization. In addition to jettisoning their snack food business, closing the