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Volume 26 No. 50

Friday, August 16, 2019

Volume 25 No. 234

L.A. Memorial Coliseum's $315M Renovation Has Transformed Facility

There will be more concession stands open when USC begins its home schedule, while the restrooms "will continue to undergo improvement during the season."

NHL's Daly "Cautiously Optimistic" For New CBA, '21 World Cup

Both the league and the union can decide next month whether they want to end the current CBA early.

Sources: BSE Global CEO Brett Yormark Steps Down After 14 Years

Yormark will be "remembered for being part of getting the Nets across the Hudson River and into Brooklyn, a move that dramatically raised the profile of the franchise."

Construction Could Start Soon On Concert Hall Next To Fenway Park

The venue set to open by '22 would be a joint venture with Red Sox and concert promoter Live Nation.

Early Bird Special: Marlins Hope 6:40pm Starts Draw More Fans

The Marlins' move "seems to be an appeal toward attracting younger fans," as the three months impacted "coincide with the school schedule for kids."

Rutgers' Poor On-Field Play Leads To Big Dip In Football Ticket Sales

RU this year has seen just a 64% ticket-renewal rate after a 1-11 season, down from 87% last summer.

Liverpool's Peter Moore Says Club Open To Adding Minority Investor

The EPL club also is considering a further upgrade to their stadium expansion plans to take the capacity at Anfield above 60,000.