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Seahawks CB Richard Sherman "took issue with several NFL policies" during his weekly media availability Tuesday, including the league's sponsorship stance and its "decision last week to fine teammate Marshawn Lynch $100,000" for not talking to the press, according to Bob Condotta of ...
Dr. Arthur Pappas, the Red Sox team physician and a co-owner of the team, was ordered by a U.S. District Court jury to pay $1.7M in damages to former Red Sox player Marty Barrett, according to this mo
In a surprise announcement, Anheuser-Busch officials said yesterday they will sell the Cardinals as part of a company reorganization. In addition to jettisoning their snack food business, closing the
On Friday, Minneapolis City Council President Jackie Cherryhomes convenes a special working group to begin looking for additional revenue to make a Jets'' move to the Target Center viable. Suite sales
Astros Owner Drayton McLane Jr. denied a front-page report in this morning''s WASHINGTON POST that "an agreement in principal" has been made to move the Astros to Northern VA. But Virginia Baseball, a
In an effort to boost "sluggish" sales of PSLs, the Raiders will announce two new programs today -- one enlisting companies to buy blocks of tickets and sell them to their employees through payroll de
The Greater Houston Partnership launched a drive yesterday to sell 12,000 additional Astros season tickets in a bid to keep the team from relocating to Northern VA, but Astros VP Bob McLaren questione
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