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Judge Orders Brady, Goodell To Appear Twice In Mid-August, Encourages SettlementPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 03 / 15
The federal judge handling Patriots QB Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension on Friday ordered Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to "appear in court twice in mid-August," according to ESPN.com. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman on Friday told the two sides that he had scheduled conf...
MLS "emerges from its five-month hibernation Saturday, stumbling and blinking into the sunlight of its second season," according to Grahame Jones of the L.A. TIMES. Jones: "In many ways, this year wil
In Chicago, Dave Van Dyck noted that White Sox Chair Jerry Reinsdorf "did not participate in the 10-member conference call" with MLB''s Executive Council last Thursday in ratifying the new labor deal.
A Manhattan Beach, CA, City Council agreement to permit seating charges could stop a 30-year tradition of free admission to volleyball tournaments at Manhattan Beach, according to this morning''s L.A.
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MLS'' second season begins this Saturday with most teams in action. In Tampa, Bill Ward examined MLS'' second season, noting, "In many ways, Major League Soccer''s inaugural season last year was almos
NASCAR, currently a $2B enterprise, was the subject of a three-part series by Richard Alm of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Calling NASCAR "America''s fastest-growing spectator sport," Alm noted the 31-race
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NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman will "announce soon" that the Ducks and Canucks will become the first NHL teams to play a regular season game outside North America. They will play two games to start nex
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MBLPA Exec Dir Donald Fehr said that the union "is looking into the tax dispute" between Orioles OF Brady Anderson and the state of MD, according to Peter Schmuck of the Baltimore SUN. The state says