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Volume 24 No. 200

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Volume 24 No. 125

Rams, Chargers Begin Selling Premium Seats For New Stadium

The All-Access Club will "come with a licensing bill of $100,000 for Rams season-ticket holders and $75,000 for Chargers season-ticket holders."

North American '26 World Cup Bid Committee Shuffles Leadership

Telemundo Deportes President Ray Warren before the changes were announced acknowledged that the bid had "hit some trouble."

Telemundo Deportes Sells 75% Of Ad Inventory For '18 FIFA World Cup

Sprint and Coca-Cola will present halftime and postgame shows, respectively, and Volkswagen will present the net’s primetime show.

Brooklyn, North Carolina Cities Likely Staying In ACC Rotation

John Swofford "flat-out refused to entertain the notion" of going to N.Y. a week early like the Big Ten to play at MSG.

Lightning's Vinik Launching Tampa-Focused Sports/Lifestyle Site

The coverage mix is "still to be determined, but it is expected to go beyond Vinik’s holdings" to include the Buccaneers, Rays and possibly prep sports.

BNP Paribas Open Bolstered By Return Of Williams, Top WTA Stars

There is still a "plethora of high-profile withdrawals on the men's side," including Rafael Nadal and Stan Wawrinka.

Twins, Red Sox, Padres Could Follow D-backs' Lead On Bullpen Carts

If a D-backs pitcher "wants to jog in, the cart will still motor down the warning track to drop the pitcher’s jacket in the dugout."