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Raiders Formally File For Vegas Relocation; Oakland Parties Look To Keep FightingPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17
The Raiders on Thursday officially applied to the NFL for relocation to Las Vegas and "sought expediency because the sooner they filed, the sooner owners can vote on the move," according to Jon Saraceno of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. Owners can "decide to vote at any time but likely will...
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Mighty Duck fans who sign up for the "Die-Hard Duck Frequent Fan Rewards Program" will receive a "Goal Card," according to Tom Hoffarth of the L.A. DAILY NEWS. Once inside The Pond, fans can swipe the
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Clark Griffith, the son of the Twins'' former owner, Calvin Griffith, said Friday that he''ll make an $80M offer to buy the team from Carl Pohlad and keep it in MN, according to Jay Weiner of the Minn