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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...
NHL owners and players "made strides in agreeing on a rookie salary cap and free agency yesterday, but their effort may be in vain because the controversial luxury tax may come into play today," accor
World Golf Tour Exec Dir John Montgomery Jr. said he contacted Greg Norman early Friday morning and asked him about a disputed conversation between what Norman and PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem: "
"The essence of track and field''s problems is that, at the national level, a federation created to run an amateur sport sanctions meets involving" pros. It is that fact that is leading many in the US
"If baseball has a chance of settling its labor strike, the groundwork will have to be laid in Atlanta this week," writes I.J. Rosenberg in Sunday''s ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. The players meet at the West
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With NHL labor negotiations set to resume in Chicago today, salary arbitration, a rookie salary cap and free agency will again be "front and center." Talks broke off on Friday with both sides claiming
NHL owners and players resumed negotiations in Chicago yesterday, with one insider describing the session as "good, not great." In this morning''s Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, the CANADIAN PRESS'' Alan Adams
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MLBPA General Counsel Gene Orza confirmed yesterday that the union has asked the Department of Labor to certify the strike, "a step that would prompt the Immigration and Naturalization Service, under
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem reported that after a phone conversation with Greg Norman, one of the organizers of the World Golf Tour, and said that Norman "indicated that he would not support any
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, a Canadian citizen, "reiterated" to the CANADIAN PRESS yesterday what he had said more than a year ago -- that Toronto "could very well, before the turn of the century, have