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Manfred Defends Pace-Of-Game Ideas, Says Extra Innings Runner Won't Come To MLBPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 17 / 17
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred on Thursday "emphatically defended a series of pace-of-game proposals," spending most of his 30-minute press conference at the Grapefruit League media day "pushing a series of potential changes that he hopes will create more action and less dead time," according to Jayso...
Pro Billiards Tour Association (PBTA) Commissioner Don Mackey "is trying to hold together the pieces of a fringe professional sport struggling to survive and find stability," according to Robert Farle
IHL Detroit Vipers GM Rick Dudley "was furious" that the Chicago Wolves wouldn''t agree to switch Game Five of the IHL''s Turner Cup finals to tonight so it wouldn''t compete with Game One of last nig
The WNBA''s second season begins tomorrow "but that hardly matters," according to Nancy Gay of the S.F. CHRONICLE, who writes that the league''s new "jingle," Join In, "has become both infectious and
NBA LABOR MEETINGS: In an exclusive to THE DAILY, the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL''s Josh Gotthelf reports that representatives for NBA owners and players met for three hours in New York yesterday and made
The NHL may "put the brakes on" the Fox Group and other companies "looking to buy large chunks of more than one franchise by establishing a new bylaw that limits any one party''s ability to have opera
MLB Acting Commissioner Bud Selig issued a statement yesterday calling for more effective penalties for players who participate in on-field fights. Selig said that recent MLB brawls have "reflected po
NBPA President Patrick Ewing said NBA Commissioner David Stern was "wrong" to issue statements last week that a boycott by NBA players of this summer''s World Championships in Greece would be a decisi
WNBA: The WNBA begins its second season on Thursday and in L.A., Earl Gustkey writes that the talent well is "deeper this time around." Gustkey adds that the WNBA''s sponsorship roster, which includes
NBA veterans "have been duped by the superstars and their agents into thinking" that the "Larry Bird Exemption" was in the "best interest of all players," according to Dwight Jaynes of the Portland OR
In an effort to "head off a potential boycott" of this summer''s World Championships in Athens, USA Basketball has sent letters to team members "threatening legal action if the players fail to honor t