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"We won the championship. We're drinking champagne, but we have 14 guys grinding it out at a ballpark trying to watch it on their cell phones. They are the ones missing birthdays and their son's first Little League game" – Nationals President of Baseball Operations & GM Mike Rizzo , ...
An announcement on the sale of the Kings was expected for today, but "according to some insiders, negotiations hit a snag" yesterday, according to this morning''s L.A. TIMES. Lisa Dillman reports a de
The Milwaukee Bucks will most likely outdraw their baseball counterparts, the Brewers, in average home attendance this season, according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The Bucks ave
Belgian brewer Interbrew, S.A., which recently acquired the Blue Jays in its takeover of Labatt''s, will not sell the Toronto club until after a labor agreement is reached and the team regains its val
The SC Supreme Court refused a request from a Clemson church late yesterday to halt beer sales at Clemson''s Memorial Stadium on Sundays during Panthers games. Jeff Schultz reports in this morning''s
The consolidation of the Bullets and Capitals operations under the Washington Sports umbrella last July has created sharp and personal "conflicts" at the operation''s Landover, MD, offices, writes Ken
Baseball''s owners, meeting in Detroit, "are pushing hard" to keep the Pirates in Pittsburgh, writes Peter Schmuck in this morning''s Baltimore SUN. Schmuck reports that NL President Len Coleman is "g
The declaration by Mariners ownership that the team will be sold if local voters reject the September 19 referendum on a new stadium "is the worst case scenario," but cannot be seen "as idle threats,"
The Oilers agreed to settle the team''s lawsuit against Harris County, the City of Houston and Astrodome USA Wednesday night, and will remain at the Astrodome through the end of the team''s lease in '
The Oilers announced yesterday they want changes to a tentative settlement on the team''s federal lawsuit enabling them to leave Houston, according to the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. The Oilers had tentatively
Al Davis paid for $31.9M in bonds, "sealing the deal" to bring the Raiders back to Oakland, according to the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. In addition, Oakland Treasury Manager Jan Mazyck said the city and c