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NASCAR, Team Owners Discussing How To Improve Long-Term Equity In SportPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 15
NASCAR and team owners have had "discussions on ways that teams can have more long-term value," whether that is through "franchising or NASCAR offering a select number of licenses that guarantee starting spots remains to be determined," according to Bob Pockrass of ESPN.com. Asked Sunday about possi...
NL President Leonard Coleman said he plans to meet with Reds Owner Marge Schott early next week to begin selecting a managing executive to run the team, according to Hal Bodley of USA TODAY. Coleman a
Indians OF Albert Belle''s appeal hearing in New York will not be completed until today because after 5 1/2 hours of testimony and presenting evidence, the defense had not rested its case, according t
Sonics Player Rep Frank Brickowski took a shot at agents David Falk and Jeffrey Kessler when he called the possibility of an NBA lockout on July 1 "discouraging." Brickowski: "Falk and Kessler have th
NBA Commissioner David Stern is interviewed in an extensive piece in INSIDE MEDIA. IM''s Brockinton & Reynolds note that during Stern''s tenure, the NBA "had added six franchises, quadrupled its reven
AL President Gene Budig will hear the appeal of Indians OF Albert Belle and others suspended for incidents on a May 31 game between the Brewers and Indians. N.Y. DAILY NEWS columnist Mike Lupica exami
MLB announced yesterday that Reds President & CEO Marge Schott has agreed to relinquish day-to-day operation of the team through the ''98 season. Schott will turn over the team to Reds Controller John
The USGA announced the 2001 U.S. Open will be held at Southern Hills in Tulsa, OK. The move is considered a "surprise," according to ESPN''s Jimmy Roberts, because many felt courses in Philadelphia an
FROM OWNERSHIP: Phillies President Bill Giles: "The basic goal here was to kind of get her out of control but keep her dignity. But I don''t know if that''s going to happen" (PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 6/13).
ESPN reports that MLB''s Executive Council will announce today the suspension of Reds Owner Marge Schott as President of the club and overseer of day-to-day operations through at least the ''97 season
MLB owners are threatening to return to court on a second attempt to impose a new economic system should negotiations with the MLBPA not accelerate by the All-Star break, according to Mark Maske of th