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The Red Sox "have all but finalized blueprints" for a 48,000-seat ballpark in Kenmore Square, with an unveiling "tentatively set" for February 2, according to Scott Farmelant of the BOSTON HERALD. The
FL-based JumboSports filed for bankruptcy protection and said it "probably will" close more sporting goods stores, according to Aissatou Sidime of the TAMPA TRIBUNE. JumboSports listed $350M in debt a
Lycos has "struck an exclusive deal with the NFL to be the main sponsor" of the Superbowl.com Web site, according to the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Lycos and the NFL "will split about $1.5M in expected ad r
The Colts announced new ticket prices last week and under the new pricing plan, single-game tickets will range from $10 to $59, compared to $19 and $49 in ''98, according to Sean Horgan of the INDIANA
MA-based New Balance has "vigorously denied charges" by the Union of Needletrades, Industrial, and Textile Employees (Unite) that it has "increasingly turned to low-wage Chinese factories and US tempo
NFL: In Boston, Will McDonough reported that consumer advocate Ralph Nader "has spoken to" MA AG Scott Harshbarger "about joining his mission to overturn" the Patriots relocation to CT. Harshbarger: "
After losing money in their first three seasons, the Jaguars -- "thanks in large part to a full share" of the league''s TV revenues -- will earn a "significant profit" for the ''98 season, according t
Univ. of TX RB and ''98 Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams has signed with Boston-based Woolf Associates to handle all of his contract negotiations. Williams will be represented by Woolf Associates
Two NHL owners "said privately they support the idea" of the league backing a pro women''s hockey league, according to Bob McManaman of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. McManaman wrote that while there is "a bet
NBC Sports and Pepsi have agreed to make Mountain Dew the exclusive beverage sponsor of the ''99, 2000 and 2001 Gravity Games. The agreement is the first sponsorship commitment for the Gravity Games,