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The Phillies have decided on Broad and Spring Garden Streets for their new ballpark, according to sources of Christopher Hepp of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. Phillies President David Montgomery "made hi
Isles co-Owner Howard Milstein, who unsuccessfully bid $800M for the Redskins and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, filed a federal lawsuit against team President John Kent Cooke and GM Charley Casserly "maint
BRANDWEEK''s Jeff Green cites sources as saying that GM''s initial run of three TV spots which highlight its Olympics sponsorship will "likely" include one featuring Carl Lewis. Lewis is shown during
A CNN/SI.com poll asked, "What''s the funniest sports commercial right now?" Of 5,957 votes, Nike''s "Hitting Homers" with Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine was first with 83%; Gatorade''s "Anything You Can
Golf "remains a profitable sports property" for its TV partners, but the new TV deal means the sport has "redistributed the wealth TV once enjoyed," according to Dave Shedloski of GOLFWEEK. In prior y
In a move Warriors officials called "unprecedented," the team said yesterday that they will not "raise their season-ticket prices for the next two years," according to David Steele of the S.F. CHRONIC
Last Friday marked the "corporate coming-out party" for Raptors G Vince Carter, as he filmed a spot for Vector, Kellogg Canada''s new cereal-like meal replacement product, according to Paul Brent of t
BATTLE BREWING? In Toronto, Marty York writes that Canadian pro sports teams are "collaborating in unprecedented fashion in a determined effort to prevent TSN and CTV SportsNet from merging" (GLOBE &
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NASCAR: In Birmingham, Neal Sims examined the impact of track fatalities on racing sponsors: "Many potential sponsors have shied away from racing, and not just because of the rare potential for death.