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Volume 25 No. 192

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Volume 25 No. 81

Giants' Ballpark Now Named Oracle Park After Split With AT&T

AT&T gave the Giants the "option of ending their deal a year early if the team could find a new partner in short order."

Sources: Liberty Media Discussing Potential Investment In CAA

Liberty's interest in CAA "points to a convergence between rights holders, distribution channels and talent."

New Crew Owners Turn Focus To Building Stadium In Columbus

Hopes are that the club can break ground on the stadium this summer to meet a deadline of opening for the '21 season.

Sources: Hubbard's Rival Gets First Client In Kroenke's Altitude Tickets

The deal "does not include" either the Rams or the venues that will be located in the $4B Inglewood stadium development.

Source: Alibaba's Joe Tsai Closing In On Deal To Buy WNBA Liberty

The team, which is currently owned by James Dolan, claims to have lost money "every year since its inception."

LPGA Gets Big Boost With Aon's $1M Season-Long Player Challenge

Aon’s announcement comes after CME Group saying it will offer a $1.5M first-place check to the winner of its LPGA event next year.

Person Behind Capt. Andrew Luck Twitter Feed Maintains Anonymity

The feed follows "just two accounts" -- the official Colts handle and Civil War documentarian Ken Burns.