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Getting Paul Allen to purchase the Seahawks would be the team''s "greatest acquisition," writes SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER columnist Art Thiel this morning. But the "Seattle sports question of the mom
San Jose Mayor Susan Hammer called off a plan to hold two hearings and have a city council vote on her $43.5M plan to bring the Warriors to San Jose Arena by early next week, according to this morning
Comsat Corp. said yesterday it is "spinning off" part of Comsat Entertainment Group, owner of the Nuggets and Avalanche, through an $80M common stock offering, according to his morning''s DENVER POST.
The Metro King County Council voted 10-3 yesterday to adopt the state plan for financing a new baseball stadium, causing Mariners President John Ellis to state that the team''s conditions for remainin
The sale of a half-interest in the Stars "still isn''t completed, but owner Norman Green on Monday brushed aside speculation that the delays stem from financial difficulties," according to today''s DA
The 49ers and team CFO Keith Simon were fined a total of $60,000 by the CA Fair Political Practices Commission for reimbursing team employees for contributions to former S.F. Mayor Art Agnos'' unsucce
One "high-ranking" MLB official told the HOUSTON CHRONICLE it is "extremely unlikely" the Astros will be sold and allowed to move to Washington, DC, for the ''96 season. The official: "It isn''t going
"Skeptical that Dade County can find a way to build a new arena," Panthers Owner Wayne Huizenga said he would begin seeking a new home for the team outside South Florida, according to a front-page pie
"How could it happen? How can the fourth-largest city in the nation be on the verge of losing its pro football team and major-league baseball team in the same year," asks Terry Blount of the HOUSTON C
Negotiations between the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority and the Devils have "broken down," according to a "well-placed" NJSEA official cited by the N.Y. POST. That source claimed a "gut feel