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Raiders Formally File For Vegas Relocation; Oakland Parties Look To Keep FightingPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17
The Raiders on Thursday officially applied to the NFL for relocation to Las Vegas and "sought expediency because the sooner they filed, the sooner owners can vote on the move," according to Jon Saraceno of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. Owners can "decide to vote at any time but likely will...
The NHL Panthers collected deposits for club seats at their new arena "under a false pretense that people actually had a chance to buy a club seat," according to Alan Snel of the Ft. Lauderdale SUN-SE
American League President Gene Budig announced that the Tigers have agreed to switch home series with the Yankees for the next two weekends due to the temporary closure of Yankee Stadium. The games sc
NHL expansion Thrashers Exec VP Dave Maggard said the team has received more than 8,700 deposits for season tickets. The deadline to join the Thrashers Blue Line Club to reserve season tickets for the
The Nets are now marketing to children of Knicks fans, a similar strategy employed by the Islanders and Devils vying for "fan loyalty" with the Rangers, according to Matthew Goldstein of CRAIN''S N.Y.
Magic Johnson "has decided not to sell" his 5% stake in the Lakers and "instead will remain in his current position that also includes" the title of VP, according to Scott Howard-Cooper of the L.A. TI
Cablevision Chair Charles Dolan, a Cleveland native, "has met with NFL officials and intends to file an application to own" the expansion Browns with his brother, Lawrence Dolan, according to Grossi &
NBA: The off-the-court troubles of the NBA Wizards are examined by Mike Wise on the front-page of the N.Y. TIMES. Wise reports that the Wizards'' "informal contract with the city has turned out to be
The estate of former Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke has "agreed to pay" his widow $20M to settle her challenge to his will, according to Finn & Shear of the WASHINGTON POST. The settlement provides Ma
The Indians have sold-out individual game tickets for the rest of the ''98 season. The Indians consecutive home sellout streak now stands at an MLB record 211 straight games (Indians). In Boston, Pete
The Red Sox are "seriously considering" a public stock sale that would give buyers a piece of a new Fenway Park "but not the team," according to Will McDonough of the BOSTON GLOBE. While the Red Sox "