Cubs Sign Theo Epstein To Five-Year Extension Cherington, Epstein Get Credit For Red Sox Bucks President Apologizes To Milwaukee For Comments Trail Blazers' Allen Discusses Team Spending, CBA Indians Seeing Uptick In '17 Ticket Sales Brewers Look To Invest Back In Team Franchise Notes Marlins Mourn Fernandez In Return To Diamond 76ers, StubHub Debut New Ticketing Platform Yormark Won't Discuss Possible Isles Move
Stay Awhile: Cubs Sign Epstein To Five-Year Extension; GM Hoyer Also Gets New DealPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 29 / 16
The Cubs have reached an agreement "on a five-year contract extension" with President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein that is "valued in the neighborhood" of the five-year, $50M package Dodgers President of Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman received before last season, according to s...
The Eagles and the city of Philadelphia announced plans to tighten security at Veterans Stadium during NFL games, according to Phil Sheridan in a front-page report in today''s PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. A
In DC, Thomas Heath examines why Redskins fans are leaving "empty seats" at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, and three reasons include the recent weather, the suburban location and traffic congestion around t
The Sonics'' marketing strategy this year aims to "familiarize fans with the players'' human side," according to Mike Roarke of the PUGET SOUND BUSINESS JOURNAL. To help form a "long-term relationship
The Bay Area "buzz" is that Warriors Owner Chris Cohan, "saddled with major financial obligations and rocked by the lack of support by fans, is quietly exploring the idea of selling the team sometime
NBA: In AZ, David Leibowitz called the Suns'' pay-per- view (PPV) package a "rip off." Leibowitz: "The sad thing is, the fans fall for it -- the team expects a jump in buys over last year. Sadder stil
Season-ticket sales "almost doubled" for the D''Backs and Devil Rays on Wednesday, following the expansion draft. D''Backs Ticket Sales Manager Rob Kiese: "Until this week, we sold 30-40 season-ticket
A press conference "will be held no later than tomorrow" to announce that Raptors minority Owner and Exec VP/GM Isiah Thomas "will be leaving Toronto, regardless of whether he decides to take a televi
TICKET PRICES: WNBA Mercury officials will increase ticket prices next season and expect their season-ticket base to reach 6,000-8,000, up from 4,500. Mercury VP/Operations Seth Sulka said there would
Twins Owner Carl Pohlad said that he "is committed to selling the team" to a group of investors who plan to move it to NC after next season, according to Patrick Sweeney of the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS.
Raptors Exec VP/GM Isiah Thomas "admitted ... he''s negotiating for a job with NBC-TV at the same time he''s trying to cut a better deal for himself with team owner Allan Slaight," according to Smith