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Despite Smokeless Tobacco Bans In Some MLB Ballparks, Use Still Persists In ClubhousesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 17
Laws against the use of smokeless tobacco now extend to 12 MLB ballparks, but there is "no evidence that municipalities are trying to closely monitor tobacco use inside clubhouses or that they are attempting to fine players for violating any of the recent legislation," according to Seth Berkman of t...
Results of a new survey show that "more Canadians are becoming football fans," but don''t want the NFL in Canada "if it spells the end of" the CFL, according to Dan Ralph of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL.
NBC and TBS, "shut out" of the NFL''s recent TV deals, "might decide to combine their considerable resources and start their own pro football league," according to Rogers & Pasquarelli of the ATLANTA
The use of Sudafed by NHL players is examined by Michael Farber of SI under the header "Hockey''s Little Helpers." Farber: "It''s the NHL''s dirty little secret, and with the Olympics imminent, it is
Latrell Sprewell testified for the first time at his grievance hearing yesterday, answering questions before arbitrator John Feerick for "about 6 hours and 15 minutes," according to David Steele of th
Blues F Brett Hull, who "used to be a walking advertisement for hockey," last night "turned into the NHL''s worst nightmare, slagging the league and the people who run it," according to Dave Fuller of
U.S. Sen Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Bob Dole joined Casey Martin on Capitol Hill yesterday, and the legislators, who were both sponsors of the ''90 Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), said that they "su
During the second day of Latrell Sprewell''s arbitration hearing in Portland, OR, Sprewell and Warriors coach P.J. Carlesimo "did acknowledge each other casually" and shook hands in the first meeting
Latrell Sprewell''s grievance hearing began in Portland, OR, yesterday "with three of the people closest to his attack on P.J. Carlesimo telling their versions of what happened," according to David St
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was interviewed by ESPN''s Steve Levy on "SportsCenter." Levy asked Bettman about various topics, including Olympic participation, fighting, the drop in scoring and poten
FOOTBALL: ELECTRONIC MEDIA Publisher Ron Alridge writes that after the NFL''s TV deal, "it''s hard to imagine a better time for starting a new pro football league. ... [A] real football league that wo