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AEG Asks L.A. For More Time To Lure NFL Team To Farmers FieldPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 30 / 14
AEG has asked the city of L.A. for “six more months to bring an NFL franchise to Los Angeles and start building Farmers Field stadium.” The fate of the request will “depend in part on whether city officials believe AEG really is close to luring a team to town.” As part of a '...
The Seahawks have sold 50,000 season tickets this season, increasing their base from an all-time low of 31,000 in ''96 (Seahawks)....In Long Beach, Scott French reported that the MLS Galaxy, recently
T-Wolves G Stephon Marbury "bet that he could double or triple the estimated" $1.5M a year he was to receive for wearing AND 1 shoes, but found "no takers" after agent Eric Fleisher "peddled him all s
CBA talks between the NBA and its players union could resume "as soon as Wednesday," according to Phil Jasner of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. Attorneys for the league and the NBPA were to "meet today
The MLB Giants have "ended a 25-year affiliation with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation and are beginning a 12-year partnership with" S.F.-based Catholic Health Care West (CHW), according to John Hubne
FAME''s David Falk plans to take a "more proactive role in ending the lockout," according to Mike Wise of the N.Y. TIMES. Wise: "It remains to be seen whether his presence will be divisive or helpful.
The Univ. of MD has agreed to a three-year deal with First National Bank of MD worth "slightly more than" $900,000, according to Mark Asher of the WASHINGTON POST. The agreement, the "largest" sponsor
NASCAR: The McIlhenny Co., maker of Tabasco, has reached an agreement to allow Tim Beverley and ISM Racing to complete the Winston Cup season using its sponsorship of the Darrell Waltrip-driven Pontia
The NBA lockout will cost Cleveland and Cuyahoga County $378,400 in admission tax and $15.2M in tourism business next month, according to local estimates cited by Robert Vickers of the Cleveland PLAIN
In Boston, Peter Gammons wrote on the "huge" off-season facing Red Sox CEO John Harrington: "He has to get this ballpark thing squared away; those in the political circle believe he has blundered, and
A CINCINNATI POST/WCPO-TV poll shows that Cincinnati''s riverfront "is the preferred location for a new Reds ballpark by an overwhelming margin of more than 2 to 1," according to Ken Wilson of the CIN