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SPORTSNET's Dave Zarum writes, "With the Raptors' ticket to the playoffs booked a long time ago, fans of Canada's basketball team are back in droves , supporting their squad in a way we haven't seen since, well, the last time Toronto was playoff-bound – six years ago" ( SPORTSNET.ca ). Also, ...
U.S. Sen. FRANK LAUTENBERG (D-NJ) wants smokeless tobacco banned from the All-Star Game next month. He thinks the "sight of major-leaguers chewing tobacco on television will send the wrong message to
Indy car racer Emerson Fittipaldi has founded a premium cigar company bearing his name and has opened a retail cigar store in Miami in a joint venture with cigar maker Macabi (Fittipaldi-Macabi)....An
Marlins Owner Wayne Huizenga announced yesterday that he plans to sell the team "after absorbing $200 million in losses in five years," according to Larry Lebowitz of the Fort Lauderdale SUN-SENTINEL.
The BOSTON GLOBE is reporting in a front-page piece that Red Sox OF Wilfredo Cordero, "arrested for allegedly beating his wife in Cambridge on June 11, was accused by his former wife during divorce pr
In FL, WQAM talk-show host Hank Goldberg''s "strained relationship" with the station "took another strange twist" Thursday, according to Tom Jicha of the Fort Lauderdale SUN- SENTINEL. Goldberg, who h
Today, THE DAILY presents an exclusive look at the agents representing the NBA''s second round draft picks. NO. PLAYER AGENT/FIRM 30 Serge Zwikker Jeff Austin/Advantage Int''l 31 Mark Sanford Fred Sla
The new Professional Baseball Agreement (PBA) between MLB and the NAPBL is examined by Will Lingo in BASEBALL AMERICA. As part of the new deal, the NAPBL "agreed to lend their players to the majors fo
The Marquee Group has purchased ProServ, Inc. and ProServ TV, Inc. for cash and stock in a transaction valued at approximately $15M. The purchase will approximately double the revenues of The Marquee
British Columbia Premier Glen Clark was in Beaverton, OR, "trying to convince" Nike execs to "expand into" British Columbia, according to Tom Barrett of the VANCOUVER SUN. Nike spokesperson Lee Weinst
ESPN Chilton Sports Poll looked at fans and avid fans of tennis in May of ''97, compared to May of ''96. In ''97 ESPN Chilton surveyed 1,500 people, while in ''96, they surveyed 1,000 people (THE DAIL