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PGA Tour Facing Issue Related To Event Opportunities For Up-And-Coming Players

04 / 24 / 14

The PGA Tour is "facing a problem as a good number of players who advanced through the Web.com Tour finals last September are not finding spots in tournaments," according to Bob Harig of ESPN.com. While the Tour is about offering playing opportunities, it also is about "putting on a show, about sell...

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04/20/95
ONE OWNER COMES OUT AGAINST THE IDEA OF COMMISSIONER SELIG

Dodgers Owner Peter O''Malley "emphasized the urgency of hiring a commissioner but said Wednesday that he won''t be among those urging that acting Commissioner Bud Selig be retained," according to tod

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04/20/95
NHL AND ITS PLAYERS UNION IRON OUT "TRANSITION RULES"

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04/20/95
WILL REGULAR UMPS BE THERE TO CALL "PLAY BALL"?

Robert Kheel, the lead management negotiator in labor talks with locked out umpires, said "he expects the two sides to inch closer toward a deal within the next day or so," according to today''s WASHI

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04/19/95
GRANTHAM RESIGNATION CONTINUES TO RAISE QUESTIONS

NBA players "were portrayed yesterday as being outraged that they have not been informed of the reasons behind the abrupt resignation" of NBPA Exec Dir Charles Grantham, writes Murray Chass of the N.Y

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04/19/95
BASEBALL NO CLOSER TO DEAL WITH UMPS

Robert Kheel, lead negotiator for MLB in its labor dispute with locked out umpires, said there must be a settlement within "the next couple days" for the umpires to be ready for Opening Day. The MLBUA

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04/18/95
UMPIRES COME FORWARD WITH NEW OFFER; LEAGUES NOT IMPRESSED

The MLBUA lowered their salary demands yesterday, but their new proposal was not enough for the AL and NL to consider ending their lockout of the umpires, according to Murray Chass in today''s N.Y. TI

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04/18/95
GRANTHAM OUT AS NBA UNION HEAD IN MIDST OF NEGOTIATIONS

Late Friday afternoon, the NBPA and Charles Grantham released a joint statement announcing Grantham''s resignation as NBPA Exec Dir. The release cited "irreconcilable differences concerning matters of

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04/18/95
CFL SUSPENDS POSSE FOR SECOND TIME, ENDURES HEAVY CRITICISM

While there were reports over the weekend that CFL Commissioner Larry Smith was engaged in last-ditch talks to save the Las Vegas Posse, it appears that the league is ready to go ahead with a "dispers

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04/18/95
HARD-LINE OWNERS PUSH FOR BALLOW TO STEP FORWARD

While Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig continues to insist that Chuck O''Connor has not been removed as general counsel of the Player Relations Committee, he "acknowledges that his daily legal briefi

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04/14/95
BASEBALL BACK IN BUSINESS: "LITTLE PROGRESS" ON UMPS DEAL

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