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The Verizon IndyCar Series with Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 will again attempt to "leverage this morsel of national traction into sustained mainstream relevance" despite the fact that it "has failed" to do so before, according to Brant James of USA TODAY. Its most recent best ...
MLB''s Executive Council met yesterday in Philadelphia to discuss, among other things, the tenure of Reds Owner Marge Schott. In a statement released by the Commissioner''s office, acting Commissioner
MLB''s Executive Council will attempt to suspend Reds Owner Marge Schott "for an indefinite period -- at least through the remainder of the 1996 season -- when it meets today in Philadelphia," accordi
Reaction continued to AL President Gene Budig''s five-game suspension of Albert Belle, Julian Tavarez and Matt Methany for their role in last Friday''s brawl in Milwaukee. Budig would not say when he
AL President Gene Budig has suspended Albert Belle and Julian Tavarez of the Indians and Mike Matheney of the Brewers for five games each for their roles in a 10-minute brawl Friday. In a statement, B
MLB''s leaders "continue to attempt to convince or force" Reds Owner Marge Schott to relinquish day-to-day control of the Reds, and the matter "could be resolved" at a Wednesday meeting in Philadelphi
CNBC''s "Business Insiders" discussed the state of the NHL with Ascent Entertainment Group CEO/Avalanche President Charlie Lyons and Panthers Exec VP/Business Operations Dean Jordan. CNBC''s Neil Cavu
CNBC''s "Sports View" celebrated the 100th anniversary of Japanese baseball with a report on the status of the game in that country. While baseball is still Japan''s "most lucrative leisure industry"
South Korea and Japan, the two contenders to stage the 2002 World Cup, were told Friday to co-host the event, according to the FINANCIAL TIMES. The "unprecedented decision" forces the two historically
NBA officials "reportedly are privately talking about a lockout this summer," according to Sam Smith of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE, because the CBA approved by the players last September was never signed. Bu
MLB''s weekend action was dominated by coverage of the Indians-Brewers series, where a bench-clearing ball followed Albert Belle''s throwing of a forearm into Brewers 2B Fernando Vina while running ou