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The MD Stadium Authority has put its plans to put a $253,000, four-ton raven on top of the Ravens new downtown football stadium "on hold," according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. MSA Chair John
MARV ALBERT "was spared jail time" today by a judge who told him that his conviction for misdemeanor assault and battery "would be dropped if he stays out of trouble for a year," according to the AP.
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Greg Sorbara, a former Ontario cabinet member, and Lawrence Dale, who was VP/Business Development & General Counsel for SkyDome from ''91 until he left last month, confirmed "that they are part of a c
NBC''s coverage of Game Four of the World Series between the Marlins and Indians earned a preliminary overnight rating of 15.9/25 (THE DAILY). The national rating for Game Three was a 15.6/23, which "
Oakley, Inc. announced its net income for the third quarter ended September 30, was $6.8M, or $0.10 per share, compared with a net income of $15.7M, or $0.22 per share, for the comparable ''96 period.
A new poll shows southwestern PA voters are set to "resoundingly reject" a proposed 0.5% sales tax to help fund new sports stadiums on November 4, according to Dennis Barbagello of the Pittsburgh TRIB
As the Ravens play their second season in Baltimore, its "flock is neither as large or as zealous as many NFL watchers had expected and Ravens officials had hoped," according to Ken Denlinger of the W
"Looking to boost slowing sportswear sales," the NFL and licensed apparel companies are seeking to transform NFL coaches "into tasteful arbiters of a more subdued line of jock chic," according to Chri
MLB Acting Commissioner Bud Selig met the press yesterday in Cleveland and "expressed optimism" that the low TV ratings for the ''97 World Series would improve and "indicated that the game''s leaders
The financial situation at the Oakland Coliseum "is looking worse" as Oakland and Alameda County "may have to kick in about" $6M this year "on top of" the $8M already budgeted "to bail out" the comple