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03/26/96
LEAGUE NOTES

Agent Bill Strickland denied NBA Deputy Commissioner Russ Granik''s recent comments that the CBA with players was "98 to 99 percent written" before new NBPA negotiators slowed down the process. Strick

Tags: AHL, Cablevision, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, New York Liberty, PGA Tour

03/25/96
NBA NEWS & NOTES: MORE ABDUL-RAUF FALLOUT

An ABC News/WASHINGTON POST poll has found that three- quarter of those, who had heard of the suspension of Nuggets guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf for refusing to stand during the nation anthem, support the

Tags: ABC, Denver Nuggets, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, New Orleans Pelicans, Walt Disney

03/25/96
BASEBALL: THE PUSH FOR A FINAL LABOR SOLUTION IS ON

As MLBPA negotiators prepare their response to management''s most recent labor proposal, Tracy Ringolsby writes the "final battle" over a new deal could be within union ranks. Players are reportedly "

Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/22/96
MLB OWNERS APPROVE INTERIM REVENUE- SHARING PLAN

Baseball''s owners "overwhelmingly" approved a modified revenue-sharing plan, with the hope that it could be a "catalyst" for a new CBA with the players. The two-year plan, adopted on an interim basis

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, New York Mets, New York Yankees, YankeeNets

03/22/96
BASEBALL, PART II: ONE STEP CLOSER TO LABOR PEACE?

With an interim revenue-sharing plan in hand, management offered the players a revised labor proposal last night, described by one management official as "a fairly major move" (Mark Maske, WASHINGTON

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/22/96
LEAGUE NOTES

A U.S. District Court judge in New Orleans ordered a local bar, Mike''s Grill, pay fines of $20,000 and attorney''s fees of $7,100 to the NFL for showing blacked-out Saints games. During the past two

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, New Orleans Saints, News Corp./Fox, NFL

03/21/96
BASEBALL OWNERS' VOTE ON REVENUE- SHARING EXPECTED TODAY

While few MLB owners would say so, "it appears likely they will vote on a revenue-sharing plan today as meetings come to an end in Phoenix," according to this morning''s ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Once put int

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Arizona Diamondbacks, Houston Astros, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, NBA, Oakland Athletics, Tampa Bay Rays, Walt Disney

03/21/96
NHL BREAKOUT '96 ROLLS INTO SECOND SEASON

NHL Breakout, the league''s traveling street and roller hockey festival, begins its second season March 23-24 at Tampa''s Busch Gardens, with stops in 16 North American cities. The tour combines compe

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Coca-Cola, DaimlerChrysler, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL, Nike, Palace Sports & Entertainment

03/21/96
CART HOLDS OFF ON RESPONDING TO "INDYCAR" LICENSING ACTION

CART officials "remained silent" yesterday regarding Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Tony George''s demand the body stop using the term "IndyCar." CART spokesperson Adam Saal: "It''s gone to our

Tags: Champ Car World Series, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/21/96
LEAGUE NOTES

In Milwaukee, Dale Hofmann notes recent NBA public relations "brush fires" -- Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Dennis Rodman, etc. -- and writes, "Just when people start to think pro basketball is magic again, the

Tags: IBM, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Motorola, NBA

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