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Bud Selig Expresses Support For New Replay System; Addresses Growing Diversity In MLB04 / 16 / 14
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and several club owners yesterday expressed support for the league's newly expanded instant replay system despite numerous high-profile issues in recent days and open questioning by some managers, including the Red Sox' John Farrell. Speaking at the MLB Diversity Business ...
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
AL President Gene Budig cites the success of new ballparks in Baltimore, Cleveland and Arlington and pictures similar types of parks "blossoming" in Boston, Detroit, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Seattle an
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
Budweiser, worldwide sponsor of World Cup USA ''94, will announce today a partnership with Major League Soccer that will provide broad marketing support and make the Bud brand the "Official Beer of Ma
The CFL and its players will announce that they have put their labor discussion on hold for a year, according to the Vancouver PROVINCE. CFL teams will operate under the terms of the old CBA for the '
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
NFLPA Exec Dir Gene Upshaw has been stressing to NFL players about "how important it is not to upset the fans," according to Will McDonough in Sunday''s BOSTON GLOBE. Upshaw: "They have seen what has
Sources say that Chicago -- one of MLS original seven cities -- will not be one of the 10 franchises to begin play in MLS next year, according to Phil Hersh in the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Chicago "was droppe