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"I don’t think anything is going to happen between now and the time I go pick up my bags and head to the airport. But still thoroughly engaged, deeply engaged on a number of different fronts" – White Sox GM Rick Hahn , as MLB's winter meetings wound down, saying the team is st...
The Greater Louisville Sports Commission named Churchill Downs CFO ROBERT DECKER as Chair and Fifth Third Bank of KY President JIM GAUNT as Vice Chair, replacing Bisig Communications Founder & Preside
The Columbia STATE''s Steve Wiseman reported that the Univ. of SC (USC) "has set another record by selling out all its season tickets for this fall''s six games at 80,250-seat Williams-Brice Stadium."
The Cowboys and the city of San Antonio agreed to a one-year contract to hold training camp in the city, and "talks are in progress for a possible five-year contract," according to Jeff Caplan of the
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Monday, August 5, 2002 The CINCINNATI ENQUIRER''s Neil Schmidt writes that men''s professional tennis is "enduring an identity crisis," as parity and a lack of stars has the sport in transition. Alth
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The MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL''s Don Walker reported on the makeover of Bucky Badger, the Univ. of WI''s (UW) mascot. Bucky Badger has been the school''s mascot since ''48, and has received several
The Stars "are actively recruiting new season-ticket buyers for the first time in several years," as the team "will put new full- and partial-season packages on sale" Thursday at American Airlines Cen
Is Gillette Close To Naming-Rights Deal With Super Bowl Champions? The Patriots are expected to announce today that longtime team partner Gillette will take over the name of their new stadium from CMG
In L.A., Springer, Stewart & Chavez reported Lakers broadcaster CHICK HEARN "probably will never call another game after undergoing two brain surgeries Saturday." Hearn "fell back and hit the back of
I was more surprised than anyone. I know people would want to run with that story, but it would''ve been nice if someone had asked me first. Coyotes co-Owner Wayne Gretzky, denying