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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...
Many reports over the weekend focused on the coming spring training report dates. Pitchers and catchers for the Yankees, Mariners, Cardinals and Giants report this Thursday, while the rest follow thro
One day after Lenny Dykstra suggested that he might cross a picket line in April, Mets pitcher John Franco conceded that some players are "starting to get antsy": "Both sides need to give in a little.
The following are excerpts from editorials compiled from 25 newspapers in 18 MLB markets: ANAHEIM: ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER: "The President and Congress should keep their mitts out of the baseball indus
The Bills cheerleaders, the Jills, won a ruling with the NLRB to form the first union representing a professional cheerleading squad over protests from sponsor, the Mighty Taco chain (WASHINGTON POST,
Appearing on ESPN''s "Up Close," Phillies CF Lenny Dykstra said that he and 20 other stars would meet some time in the next week to discuss how to end the strike. "It was as close as any baseball play
As the NBA prepares for its All-Star weekend in Phoenix, papers from around the country this morning are offering perspective on the league. The NBA bills the "three days in Phoenix as a celebration o
ANGELS OWNER JACKIE AUTRY reacting to Labor Secretary Robert Reich''s statement that using replacement players would be "anathema and unacceptable": "I''m not a crystal ball gazer or a tea leaf reader
The San Antonio City Council is expected to approve a deal today that will allow the CFL''s Sacramento Gold Miners to relocate to the Alamodome. The only "glitch" that could kill the deal is the team'
"Left with no other recourse," President Clinton proposed legislation Wednesday to create an independent panel of three neutral arbitrators to settle the dispute. But House Speaker Newt Gingrich "and