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Police sources said that Coyotes radio analyst Nick Boynton last night "went on a drunken rampage at the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, pushing patrons, calling women vulgar names and fighting with officers." Boynton, who was in town for tonight's Coyotes-Sabres games, then "landed in the city ...
While NBA officials were in Philadelphia yesterday to hear that city''s presentation for the chance to host the ''98 All-Star Game, officials from the Knicks made their pitch in San Antonio last week.
Radio City Music Hall exec Arlan Kantarian is no longer under consideration to head up MLB''s new marketing and business unit, according to MLB and sports marketing sources cited by AD AGE. The new di
Greg Norman claims that he is being "singled out" by the PGA European Tour''s effort to enforce guidelines regarding the use of appearance fees to attract top PGA Tour stars to overseas events. In let
NewSport''s Dan Wasserman reports the NFLPA will go before U.S. District Judge David Doty in Minneapolis to have the NFL salary cap increased by $2M per team above the $38.8M set by the league last we
In what MLB terms an "unprecedented exchange designed to strengthen longstanding relationships with Japanese baseball," the NL and AL have agreed to conduct an experimental umpire exchange program wit
In the current issue of GOLF DIGEST, economics writer David Sanger examines the PGA Tour''s strategy for dealing with the dropped FTC investigation into TV rights and player appearances regulations. P
Seahawks Owner Ken Behring said last night "he will defy" NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue''s "order that Behring return the team to Seattle, or face fines and sanctions," according to this morning''s
"With sold-out venues and TV numbers that never have been more impressive, NASCAR appears to have its act together," writes Beth Tuschak in USA TODAY. She notes that while the IndyCar season is "guara
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue "said yesterday he believes the league can stop Ken Behring''s proposed move of the Seattle Seahawks to the Los Angeles area," according to this morning''s SEATTLE POST
As negotiator''s representing MLB''s players and owners continue to try to reach agreement on a new labor deal, media observers note that while they may be no closer than last spring on the issues tha