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Speculation about investors "with Wisconsin ties" buying into the Bucks "may still come true despite Herb Kohl’s plan to sell the team " for $550M to N.Y.-based Fortress Investment Group co-Founder Wesley Edens and Avenue Capital Group Chair & CEO Marc Lasry, according to Rich Kirchen of ...
The Diamondbacks "are on target to become the hottest sports ticket in town," writes Eric Miller in today''s ARIZONA REPUBLIC. As of Tuesday, the number of orders for season tickets for the MLB expans
The new San Antonio CFL team has changed its name to the Texans. Formerly the Gold Miners, team officials attributed the change to "public pressure" after the team relocation from Sacramento. The team
NFL owners met for two hours in Phoenix yesterday to debate the Rams move to St. Louis, with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue declaring ownership "hopelessly undecided." In L.A., Bill Plaschke and T.J.
Dave Checketts officially became President of Madison Square Garden -- which includes the arena, tyhe Knicks and Rangers, and MSG Network -- yesterday after almost six months of being the corporation'
Malcolm Glazer''s purchase of the Bucs for $192M became official Monday when the NFL owners unanimously approved the sale from the Culverhouse estate. The NFL''s finance committee had given the sale u
Expos President Claude Brochu denied a report Friday that linked the Expos to one of the losing Northern VA baseball groups. Brochu: "I want to reassure people that the Expos are not for sale. We have
According to Angels Exec VP Jackie Autry, former MLB Commissioner Peter Ueberroth may buy 25% of the Angels, with an option to buy the remaining 75% upon the death of team owner Gene Autry. If the pur
"The Devils are not moving to Tennessee," according to Barry Meisel of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. But he notes that team owner John McMullen did meet with Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen on Thursday (see THE
Celtics Chair Paul Gaston backed away from a comment made during a Thursday press conference that the Wall Street Journal article on Reggie Lewis'' death was racist. Gaston told WEEI''s Dale Arnold: "
"The bloodless battle to keep the Rams in Southern California will erupt today behind closed doors at the NFL''s annual meetings," writes Michele Himmelberg in today''s ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. The poi