Landon Donovan Lists La Jolla Home For $2.9M Kraft Wants New Revolution Stadium In Boston NFL Reopens Investigation Into Giants' Josh Brown FS1 Gets Record Overnight For NLCS Game 5 ISC Signs Multiyear Extension With Geico Weekend Plans With Red Bull VP Sean Eggert United Signs On At Warriors' New Arena Sources: NBA, NBPA On Verge Of New CBA MetLife Ending Use Of Blimps At Sporting Events CBS/NFL Net See Sharp Drop For "TNF"
Buyers & Sellers: Donovan Lists La Jolla Home; Dodgers' Maeda Buys In Santa MonicaPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
Galaxy F LANDON DONOVAN is "selling an ocean-view parcel of land" in La Jolla, Calif., for $2.9M. Sitting on a "hillside in the upper Shore area," the lot has a beach volleyball court. Plans for a "Bill Hayer-designed home of 6,840 square feet" were included in the sale. The design includes "...
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Monday, September 30, 2002 The N.Y. TIMES'' Nicholas Dawidoff reviews "The Last Commissioner," the memoirs of former MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent, and writes that the book has "plenty of problems," as
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