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Phils' MacPhail To Observe For Rest Of '15 Season; Middleton Now Face Of OwnershipPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 15
It is expected that Andy MacPhail, who yesterday was formally introduced as the "first Phillies president hired from outside the organization," will "participate in trade conversations and offer his input, but ultimately the decisions will be left to" current President Pat Gillick and GM Ruben Amaro...
The Whalers officially announced yesterday that they will honor their Civic Center lease and remain in Hartford through ''97-98, according to this morning''s HARTFORD COURANT. Owner Peter Karmanos sai
The fact the Ravens are already in Baltimore has caused the team to scale back the prices of its PSLs, writes Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. While other teams that have sold PSLs "have demanded a ne
Ascent Entertainment Group, owner of the Nuggets and Avalanche, announced that it has created a new division, Ascent Sports Group, to oversee the two teams. Ascent also announced that Ellen Robinson,
The Red Sox held their second annual Friendly Fenway Fanfest on Monday. The event provided players and management a "way to thank loyal fans for their support." The event included free player autograp
Eagles fans will have their first opportunity to purchase merchandise bearing the new logo and midnight green colors when shipments hit stores today. JCPenney, Hecht''s and Modells stores will take pa
Embattled Reds Owner Marge Schott is the subject of a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED cover story by Rick Reilly. In the article, Schott explains why she is a magnet for negative press coverage: "I think somebody
Negotiations between Whalers and state officials over whether the team will leave Hartford "contorted into a circus act Tuesday" and both parties "walked away from the negotiating table in a huff," ac
Midnight tonight will mark the end of the Whalers campaign to raise 11,000 season tickets, with the final tally estimated to be only between 8,200 and 8,500 seats sold. The HARTFORD COURANT''s Michael
In Montreal, the trend of throwing "Oh Henry" candy bars onto the field in appreciation of outfielder Henry Rodriguez has drawn the ire of NL officials, reports Jeff Blair of the MONTREAL GAZETTE. In
Tom Reich, agent for Yankee closer John Wetteland, said the mixup which resulted in his client not being paid commensurate with his $4M contract will be resolved in the coming days (N.Y. POST, 5/14)..