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Manfred Pumps Brakes On Reports Bush-Jeter Group Buying Marlins For $1.3BPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 26 / 17
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred last night stated that "multiple groups have submitted bids to buy" the Marlins and that "none has yet been accepted," contradicting multiple reports that a group led by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and former MLBer Derek Jeter was in talks to land the team, ac...
The Oakland Football Marketing Association announced a new PSL plan for the Raiders in which PSL payment can be spread over three years (OFMA). USA TODAY''s Gordon Forbes profiles the Raiders'' Amy Tr
A consortium of NJ business execs that wants to bring the Nets to Newark exercised its option to buy the team yesterday, putting up $25M in cash toward a purchase price of $150M, according to Guy Ster
The 49ers'' future "is at stake," as NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue will hear from Eddie DeBartolo''s attorneys today in Washington, DC, who will argue that DeBartolo "should still be considered the
T-Wolves Owner Glen Taylor, Vikings President Roger Headrick and San Antonio business exec Red McCombs have all said they will submit bids for the Vikings before today''s 5:00pm CDT deadline. Associat
Penguins co-Owner Howard Baldwin "ended his self- imposed exile from the team''s decision-making process yesterday," as he is "tired of watching from afar, tired of watching the heavy-handed methods"
Despite "significant gains in sponsorships and season- ticket sales," the MLS Mutiny "has struggled on the field and its attendance has plummeted," according to Brian Landman of the ST. PETERSBURG TIM
Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Chair J. Bruce Llewellyn "is scheduled to undergo heart surgery today and will not make a bid to buy the Vikings by the team''s Wednesday deadline," according to Je
In S.F., Matier & Ross cited sources who said that the A''s are offering to drop their $48M claim against Oakland. Matier & Ross wrote the A''s, in return, are looking for a "couple of million in cash
THE SPORTING NEWS named Detroit its "1998 Best Sports City." TSN Managing Editor Bob Hille cited the Red Wings'' back-to-back Stanley Cups, the Univ. of MI''s national football title and the number of
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue "lauded" Houston leaders Monday "for their unified effort to get another team," according to John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Williams writes that such unity "is