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Former NHLer STEVE MOORE yesterday "received an out-of-court settlement" in his civil suit against the Canucks and NHL free agent TODD BERTUZZI . The suit was "scheduled to go to trial Sept. 8 in Toronto, and witnesses were to include" NHL Commissioner GARY BETTMAN . A lawyer for Bertuzzi said t...
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One of the "major obstacles" in negotiations for a new CBA between the NBA and the NBPA is "the league''s effort to tighten the salary cap by limiting how much a team is permitted to pay its own free
The MLB expansion committee will meet this afternoon in Palm Beach, FL, with the five competing groups bidding for an expansion franchise. After hearing the final proposals, the committee will meet wi
The Doral-Ryder Open has been "one of the most stable events on the PGA Tour," according to David Shenin of the MIAMI HERALD. But two recent events caused some "mild concern" about the tournament''s f
Bruce Frey, a Chicago real estate investor, is competing with Jackson, MS, to make Miami the new home of the Las Vegas Posse, according to the MIAMI HERALD. Frey, who has twice tried to buy the Dolphi
BOSTON: Red Sox announcer Sean McDonough has "no qualms" about calling replacement games: "I doubt if the Players Association ever honored anyone else''s strike -- like the umpires'' -- so why would a
MLB owners will be asked to pick two expansion cities for 1998 and to set a price for the team when they meet in Palm Beach this week. Representatives from each group vying for a franchise -- Orlando,
The legitimacy of the NFL''s salary cap is examined by the BOSTON GLOBE''s Will McDonough. The league does have a cap, "but, in reality, in name only." Bills Owner Ralph Wilson said the cap "is becomi
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Japan and South Korea were the only two countries to present World Cup bids to FIFA by Tuesday''s confirmation deadline, and it "now seems certain that an Asian country will host the 2002 World Cup."
Talks between owners and players broke down with no resumption in negotiations expected until after the owners'' meeting in Palm Beach, FL, this week. Both MLBPA Exec Dir Don Fehr and Rockies owner Je
In what may be an effort "to protect itself" against complaints that "groups did not get a chance to be heard," the five finalists for baseball expansion will give brief updates before the MLB expansi