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02/29/96
DON'T TELL PAT BUCHANAN: BASEBALL HEADING SOUTH OF BORDER

The Padres will play a three-game series with the Mets in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16-19. The series, originally home games for the Padres, was moved in part because of scheduling conflicts with the

Tags: Franchises, MLB, New York Mets, San Diego Padres

02/29/96
UTAH GOVERNOR SAYS THE GAMES BELONG TO THE STATE

UT Gov. Mike Leavitt told Salt Lake Council members Tuesday the 2002 Games belong to the state, not Salt Lake City, according to the DESERET NEWS. Those comments came as council members met with Leavi

Tags: Olympics, USOC

02/29/96
PGA TOUR FACES PROBLEM OF NO-SHOW STARS IN EARLY TOURNEYS

The PGA Tours top players "are competing less and less as their business schedules are filled with more and more, and commissioner Tim Finchem is saddled with bylaws that render him virtually powerles

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, PGA Tour, Sports Illustrated, Time Warner

02/29/96
MINOR LEAGUE EXECS IN DC TO LOBBY CONGRESS TO KEEP EXEMPTION

Over 50 minor league baseball owners and execs met in Washington, DC, for their third consecutive "Congressional Day" to talk with Senators and Representatives on the future of the minor leagues. The

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, Ottawa Senators, PBA

02/29/96
WILL THE TORCH RELAY HAVE TO GO THROUGH CUSTOMS IN SANTA FE?

Olympic volleyball fan and New Mexico resident Wade Miller recently tried to order Olympic tickets by phone, but found out operators for the ''96 Games were "geographically impaired," according to the

Tags: Olympics

02/29/96
MEET HIM IN ST. LOUIS -- 99 REASONS FOR BLUES TO SMILE

Wayne Gretzky met the media yesterday on his trade to St. Louis. Gretzky, on potential marketing opportunities with the Blues: "A whole new barrage of merchandise goes along with that. It''s a capital

Tags: ESPN, Franchises, Orlando Magic, Palace Sports & Entertainment, RDV Sports, St. Louis Blues, Tampa Bay Lightning, Walt Disney

02/28/96
BOWLEN PLEDGES TO KEEP TEAM IN DENVER IF STADIUM IS FINANCED

Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen has promised to keep the team in Denver if voters approve a tax measure to help finance a new stadium. Bowlen, as quoted in yesterday''s Colorado Springs GAZETTE TELEGRAPH: "I

Tags: Denver Broncos, Facilities

02/28/96
FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROGRAM? PADRES TO TRADE MORE THAN IDEAS

Officials from the Padres and the Chiba Lotte Marines, a Japanese League club, are discussing the possibility of a deal that would allow them to obtain Japanese pitchers while farming out top prospect

Tags: Franchises, San Diego Padres

02/28/96
BEST CHANCE FOR BREWERS STADIUM? KEEP TALKING TO THE MAN

The Brewers'' best hope for getting their new stadium built is to keep negotiating with their lead bank, the Charlotte-based NationsBank, according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The Brewers face

Tags: Bank of America, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

02/28/96
U.S. WEST ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF CONTINENTAL CABLEVISION

U.S. West, the CO-based Baby Bell, announced yesterday they will pay $10.8B for Continental Cablevision of Boston, the nation''s third largest cable carrier with a base of 4.2 million subscribers (Jon

Tags: Cablevision, Media

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