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ESPN''s Brett Haber opened his report on the first day of the U.S. Open by saying, "Men''s tennis almost went on strike on Monday." Foreign players kept up their criticism of the USTA''s decision not
While Randy Levine, MLB''s chief labor negotiator, and MLBPA Exec Dir Don Fehr "remained optimistic" that a new CBA could be approved in the coming days, "there were indications that owners are in no
Tomorrow, USGA officials and NY Gov. George Pataki make the formal announcement that the 2002 U.S. Open will be played on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park, a state-run public course. The only o
In Tampa, Carter Gaddis reports Arena Football League sources say the Board of Directors "was unhappy" with Commissioner Jim Drucker''s leadership "and forced him out." Drucker will get an expansion t
A "breakthrough" today in MLB''s labor negotiations "is probably too much to ask for," according to Tom Haudricourt in this morning''s MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. But indications are that the owners "
The USTA was the focus of criticism from top men''s players over the weekend for their decision to discard the ATP rankings when issuing the seeds for the U.S. Open. The incident was featured on CBS''
News of the U.S. 500 moving from Michigan Int''l Speedway to the Homestead Motorsports complex in FL is "premature," but informed sources indicate "exploratory discussions have taken place" (NATIONAL
The MLBPA "officially rejected" the owners'' latest offer on service time yesterday, but MLB chief labor negotiator Randy Levine "said he thought the sides had ''inched closer'' to an agreement," acco
The USTA will re-do the U.S. Open Men''s Singles draw today, due to concerns expressed by the players. USTA President Les Snyder: "By remaking the draw, the USTA will protect the integrity of the draw
AFL Commissioner Jim Drucker will step down when his contract expires to spend time developing an expansion team. Drucker said he will spend the next few months evaluating potential expansion sites an