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Tebow's Popularity Pushes Columbia Fireflies To Top Of South Atlantic League In AttendancePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 25 / 17
Tim Tebow's presence in the lineup has helped the Columbia Fireflies lead the Single-A South Atlantic League "with 5,704 fans coming to Spirit Communications Park per game" so far this season, according to Lou Bezjak of the Columbia STATE. The Fireflies "have drawn 62,751 through the first 11 h...
MA state investigators have concluded that a former Red Sox employee "who has accused the team of racial harassment was the victim of discrimination, and they have urged the team to reach a settlement
The Celtics announced their ticket prices for the ''98- 99 season. Most seats will increase approximately 10% over last season''s prices, to $22, $27, $33 and $44 for balcony seats, and $55, $60, $72,
NHL: None of the Bruins'' three home playoff games against the Capitals sold out, with 15,520, 17,131 and 15,163 attending the 17,565-seat FleetCenter for Games Three, Four and Six (Providence JOURNAL
The Colts have teamed with IN-based Huntington Bank to "offer a specially designed checking account to Colts fans," the "first of its kind among NFL teams," according to Sean Horgan of the INDIANAPOLI
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While the Hurricanes first season in NC was often difficult, team Owner Peter Karmanos "says he hasn''t wavered in his belief in this market," according to Steve Politi of the Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER.
A''s Owners Steve Schott and Ken Hofmann "say they might put the A''s up for sale by July 1," according to Peter Gammons of the BOSTON GLOBE. If they do, their lease at the Oakland Coliseum "goes year
The Devil Rays have averaged 31,605 tickets sold for their first 13 games in the 45,200-seat Tropicana Field, with only the opener a sellout, according to Parks & Topkin of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. A
The Angels "are once again courting the Latino community," seven years after canceling their Spanish- language radio broadcasts, according to Kevin Baxter of the L.A. TIMES. The Angels "have resurrect
Lightning President & CEO Steve Oto resigned yesterday to pursue other opportunities outside the organization. Chuck Hasegawa, an international business advisor for Okubo International, was named inte