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Garber's State Of MLS Address Offers Updates On Expansion, Transparency, Scheduling12 / 04 / 13
MLS Commissioner Don Garber yesterday during his state of the league address "laid out plans to expand" the league to 24 teams by '20, and Miami and Atlanta "appear to be on the commissioner's wish list for the next wave of expansion, with each bringing potential big-name owners" into the fold, acco...
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Jim Ritts has been selected as LPGA Commissioner-designate by their Board of Directors. Ritts will begin working with the LPGA immediately and officially succeed current Commissioner Charles Mechem on
MLB''s unresolved labor dispute and the game''s "sagging attendance" top the list of subjects to be discussed when MLB owners hold their quarterly meetings today, tomorrow and Thursday in Minneapolis.
ESPN''s "Cover Story" last night examined the current challenges facing the sport of track and field. ESPN''s Steve Cyphers reported that in their ''94 annual report, USA Track & Field President Larry
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MLB owners hold their quarterly meetings in Minneapolis this week, with the Executive Council meeting late Tuesday afternoon. On the agenda: the attendance situation, their strategy when "full-scale"
While he believes that the NBA will not miss any games next season due to labor problems, CHICAGO TRIBUNE basketball writer Sam Smith writes that an extension of the moratorium on contracts and trades