Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Penske Widely Seen As Right Leader For IndyCar, IMS Moving Forward
The Captain has enough respect in the garage to put potential conflict-of-interest issues at ease.
Bruin Sports Capital Takes On $600M From Private-Equity Firms
George Pyne said, "This begins the next chapter for Bruin, on an even much bigger and more global scale."
Sources: NFL, Chargers Would Consider Relocating Team To London
A source said that "no one from the league has ever talked" to the Spanos family about a potential U.K. move.
Seton Hall Seeing Strong Season-Ticket Demand For Men's Hoops
Due to ticket demand, Seton Hall will open the upper level at Prudential Center for at least six games this year, up from the previous high of two.
More Than 5,000 Fans Gather At White House To Celebrate Nats' Title
Seven members of the team's 25-man roster, including Anthony Rendon and Sean Doolittle, did not attend the event.
Mongolian Groom's Death Renews Calls For Santa Anita Suspension
California Gov. Gavin Newsom pushes for additional actions after the state's regulatory board earlier this year added safety measures at Santa Anita.
NBA Media Partners Stung By Injuries To Warriors Stars, Zion
The Warriors, without the injured Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, will appear on national TV six times in November alone.