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"Player's stock is rising!" means "Agent says stock is rising." "Player's stock is falling!" means "Rival agent says stock is falling." — Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) April 24, 2017 The LA Chargers' draft war room is in San Diego, the media room and draft party is in Anaheim and...
In Toronto, David Shoalts reports NHL HOFer and former Lightning Owner Phil Esposito "is trying to put together another group to buy back" the Lightning from Palace Sports & Entertainment Owner Bill D
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Boston real estate developer Frank McCourt "was close to a deal last night" to buy the Dodgers from News Corp. for an estimated $430M, according to Cosmo Macero of the BOSTON HERALD, who notes "earlie
With the '03-04 NHL season beginning tonight, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is featured in a Q&A with the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. When asked why it seems pro sports' CBA negotiations are not complete
The CFL yesterday officially introduced NC-based Lulu Inc. CEO and Hamilton native Bob Young as the new owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, according to Perry Lefko of the TORONTO SUN. Young said that h
Much of Fox' World Series ad inventory was "pre-sold during the spring upfront" at prices "well below what Fox could demand" for a Cubs-Yankees or Cubs-Red Sox World Series, according to Jim Kirk of t
Athens police, firefighters and coast guard officers "warn they could strike before the Olympics over a long-standing demand to receive hazard pay," according to Derek Gatopoulos of the AP. The Police
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The Univ. of South Carolina and Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company of Columbia announced a 12-year, $5.5M naming-rights agreement for the university's 18,000-seat arena, which opened in Novemb
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The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday awarded a Congressional Gold Medal to JACKIE ROBINSON. MLB Commissioner BUD SELIG said in a statement: "On behalf of [MLB], I express my gratitude to the Ho