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MLB Giants Payroll To Top $200M For First Time In Ownership Group's 25th SeasonPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 24 / 17
The '17 MLB season marks the 25th year the Giants have been owned by Peter Magowan and Charles Johnson, and the organization is "healthy financially and anticipating another run to the playoffs," according to John Shea of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Giants President & CEO Larry Baer said that playe...
NBA: With over 36,000 tickets sold for their final two home games, the Sixers will surpass their regular-season ''82-83 attendance record of 647,788. President Pat Croce: "Wait ''til we begin to win.
The NHL Oilers and other Alberta pro sports teams "could benefit from a new private-sector lottery foundation as soon as this fall," according to Jac MacDonald of the EDMONTON JOURNAL. The Alberta Spo
The Angels struck a deal with a group that represents 22 Orange County hospitals, to present newborns with a tiny Angels hat, according to Barbara Kingsley of the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. Angels Dir of
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Islanders co-Owner Steven Gluckstern was interviewed by Doug Rossi of NEWSDAY in a Q&A. Gluckstern, asked if he would move the team if arena financing falls through: "We are committed to keeping the I
The Senators have posted the second-largest increase in average attendance in the NHL behind the Stars, according to Bruce Garrioch of the OTTAWA SUN. The Senators have averaged 16,563 through 37 home
NFL: In Cleveland, Tony Grossi reported that Ravens PSL sales "are stalled at about 50,000," 10,000 shy of their goal for the 68,400-seat stadium, according to Tony Grossi of the Cleveland PLAIN DEALE
The Trail Blazers "might remove as many as 2,000 seats" from the Rose Garden this summer, according to Jeff Manning of the Portland OREGONIAN. The team has sold out "only" eight games this season, and
The Indians hope to raise as much as $73M "through a stock offering that will allow the public to buy 4 million shares at $14 to $16 each in June," according to Mary Vanac of the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL.
The Twins drew 43,848 for their home opener Friday night against the Royals -- the team''s largest opening crowd since 51,617 in ''93 (Scott Miller, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 4/4). The Twins drew 10,851
After the Hurricanes reduced ticket prices last week, Hurricanes Owner Peter Karmanos deserves "all the credit for frankly admitting his miscalculation and taking corrective measures," according to To