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Volume 26 No. 65

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Volume 26 No. 55

Sherman Hopes To Build Sustained Success For Hometown Royals

The new owner talked about the "need to lose money on bigger payrolls when the roster is ready."

MLB, Union Working On New Policy For Opioids Testing

Sources said that MLB is open to a deal in which all players would be tested for opioids, but the "reasonable cause" standard for other drugs would remain.

Viagogo-StubHub Deal Could Bring New Ticketing Regulations

One thing to keep an eye on is whether StubHub under Eric Baker's leadership will ramp up its inventory buying.

NBA Memo To Teams Seeks To Clarify Use Of "Load Management"

Teams can be penalized should players sit out particular games that violate the league's resting policy.

DC United, Caesars In Talks To Build Audi Field Sportsbook

It is unclear at the moment whether the gaming facility "would occupy current space or be part of new construction on the property."

NBC Sees Big Drop In Notre Dame Audience From '18

Viewership figures should bounce back next season, as NBC will air ND games against big names like Clemson and Wisconsin.

Cape Cod Team Prepares To Sue WooSox Over Secondary Logo

MiLB "received trademark rights to WooSox a month prior to a tentative deal between the Pawtucket Red Sox and the city."