Featured Story

Buyers & Sellers: Tennis HOFer Evert Lists Five-Acre Boca Raton Estate For $5.995M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 30 / 16

Tennis HOFer CHRIS EVERT has listed her home in Boca Raton, Fla., for $5.995M. The property "spans more than five acres" and includes a "putting green and a tennis court." It also features "two guest houses, a nine-plus-car garage, a swimming pool and a gym." In all, there are "eight bedrooms...

Read More

Tags: People and Pop Culture

More Stories

Having Fun With Promos

England national team MF David Beckham''s broken foot has led the U.K.''s Safeway supermarket chain "to add a bandage to its new England footballer gingerbread man," according to the London TELEGRAPH.

Tags: Baseball, CFL, Football, Soccer

Executive Transactions

AL AVILA was named Tigers VP & Assistant GM. Lawrence Honig Avila was previously a Special Assistant to Pirates GM DAVE LITTLEFIELD (PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE, 4/16). ...Volume Services America elected

Tags: Baseball, Churchill Downs Inc., Colleges, Detroit Tigers, Horse Racing, Pittsburgh Pirates, PricewaterhouseCoopers, People and Pop Culture

Closing Bell, April 16, 2002

  The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday, April 16, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • Lacking Resolutions, BCS Meetings Push On In Phoenix Today • Nobody Home: Eight MLB Ballp

Tags: Closing Bell

MCT Vows Anonymity For Pledge

In a letter sent to 35 golfers, 31 of whom are PGA Tour members, MCT Commissioner Terry Jastrow "promised players who commit to the new tour that he''ll not reveal their names until at least 20 sign u

Tags: Golf, Leagues and Governing Bodies, PGA Tour

Bills' Supermarket Company Deal

The Bills reached a multi-year deal with Tops Friendly Markets, as Tops will become the official supermarket of the Bills, replacing Wegmans. The deal gives Tops exclusivity in the supermarket categor

Tags: Buffalo Bills, Football, Franchises, Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders

Facility Notes

In AZ, Barrett Marson reports the city of Mesa and the AZ Tourism & Sports Authority "reached a tentative agreement [yesterday] on how to cover costs associated with" the Cardinals'' proposed stadium,

Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Baseball, Chicago White Sox, Colleges, Facilities, Football

SBJ's Sports On The Web

Log on and get ready for the May 13 issue of the SportsBusiness Journal, as the special report will evaluate the state of sports on the World Wide Web. The section will include a case study on a major

Tags: Classified Advertisements

MLB Team News & Notes

Though the game-time temperature was an "unseasonably warm" 84 degrees, last night''s Pirates-Brewers game drew only 14,090 fans to Miller Park, the smallest crowd to attend a Brewers game at the new

Tags: ABC, Baseball, Cleveland Indians, Franchises, Milwaukee Brewers, MLB, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, Walt Disney

Helsinki Gets '05 World Track Meet

The AP''s Matthew Rosenberg reported that Helsinki was picked to stage the ''05 World Track and Field Championships, "filling the gap left when London decided against building a new stadium for the ev

Clear Channel Extends AMA Deal

Clear Channel Entertainment and AMA Pro Racing recently finalized a seven-year deal for the ''03-09 AMA Supercross seasons, extending the 28-year relationship between the two organizations. The agreem

Tags: Motorsports

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug