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U.S. District Court Judge Anita Brody yesterday "denied preliminary approval" of the $765M settlement between the NFL and "more than 4,500 of its retired players in the concussions case that has been in the spotlight," according to Jeff Blumenthal of the PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS JOURNAL. Plaintiff layw...
No one player, manager or owner got the same amount of attention as Hideo Nomo on All-Star Monday. In Milwaukee, Dale Hofmann writes, "You get an idea of the health of the national pastime when its mo
Media reflection on the State of Baseball at the All-Star break continues: ADVERTISING AGE''S JEFF JENSEN, noting the failure of TBN: "Now, sports marketing and media experts are trying to price MLB,
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and MLBPA Exec Dir Don Fehr are scheduled to meet in Texas today, "but neither man would predict today whether they''ll emerge from their meeting with a negotiating s
MD Gov. Parris Glendening intends to meet with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue to discuss Baltimore''s chances in filling the open L.A. market, according to John Steadman of the Baltimore EVENING SUN.
Monica Seles held a appeared news conference Saturday at the Special Olympics World Games and talked about the struggles she has had since being stabbed more than two years ago. Seles said she would p
"Negotiators for the NBA and its players'' union will resume bargaining next week at the earliest," according to NBPA Exec Dir Simon Gourdine. "Talks had been expected to resume this week," according
The State of Baseball was a hot topic this weekend as the sport heads into its All-Star Break. REPORTS CARDS: N.Y. NEWSDAY, the N.Y. DAILY NEWS and the CHICAGO TRIBUNE ran extensive pieces on the spor
The NFL "already is plotting strategy for negotiations on the next" collective bargaining agreement, according to Bob Glauber of N.Y. NEWSDAY. The current agreement doesn''t expire until 1999 but a "c
In his column, the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH''s Tom Wheatley the success of the AAA Louisville Redbirds, who brag "that less is more." Redbirds GM Dale Owens: "Now our (PBA) logo even says, Professional
A year after "The Great Salary Cap Rebellion," the mood among NFL players "is quite different ... The lynch mobs have dispersed and the widespread player anger over the salary cap has subsided." NFLPA