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NBA Sends Draft Lottery Issue To Committee For More StudyPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 22 / 14
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver today said that owners have sent back the issue of draft lottery reform to the league's competition committee for additional study with a need to find the right balance between creating appropriate incentives and allowing a draft to work as it should. He also addr...
MA Lawmakers approved a $150,000 grant to subsidize the "financially troubled" PGA Tournament at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton. This year marks the first time that MA taxpayers will "directly
MLBPA General Counsel Gene Orza continues to receive criticism for holding out the possibility that the players would boycott the All-Star Game if the owners again renege on the pension fund payment.
The Ontario Labor Relations Board ruled Friday that MLB umpires cannot be locked out of games played at SkyDome and that replacement umps will not be allowed to work Blue Jays'' games after the team''
"OUTSIDE THE LINES": ESPN presented a special "Outside the Lines" on baseball''s return. In the first segment, Bob Ley reported from Fenway Park, where the Red Sox have put a lower- budget team on the
The reluctance of baseball fans to return to MLB stadiums in droves this Opening Week is the focus of much media attention. ABC''s Armen Keteyian: "Baseball may be back but its vital signs are decided
In the wake of the Reggie Lewis controversy which engulfed the city of Boston and NBA circles last month, the NBA''s drug policy is examined in a front-page piece in this morning''s BOSTON GLOBE. Noti
The Ontario Labour Relations Board heard closing arguments yesterday from lawyers representing players, owners and umpires, but did not rule on whether replacement umps would be banned in Toronto unde
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According to a USA TODAY analysis of actual Opening Day attendance around the major leagues, no team enjoyed a 100% showing. In fact, four games yesterday drew 60% capacity or less, compared to ''94 w
After the NBA''s Board of Governors meeting yesterday, Commissioner David Stern said the time was growing short to reach a labor agreement with the players, according to this morning''s TORONTO STAR.