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Volume 26 No. 179

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Volume 26 No. 103

Astros Apologize For Scandal, But Jim Crane Faces More Heat

Crane is being criticized for saying he did not believe the Astros' sign-stealing impacted the team's '17 World Series win.

Astros Players Offer More On Scandal In Clubhouse Media Session

Justin Verlander said, "Once I spent some time there, I understood what was happening. I wish I had said more. I can’t go back, I can’t reverse my decision."

NASCAR Signs Partnership With Verizon, Filling Wireless Category

Financial terms of the deal were not released, but it involves both sponsorship by Verizon and NASCAR buying Verizon’s services.

USMNT Players Take Strong Stance Against USSF On Women's Pay

The union calls on U.S. Soccer to "triple the pay of the women" in their next CBA compared to what it agreed to pay the men.

Santa Clara Votes To End 49ers' Management Of Levi's Stadium

The council’s action does "not immediately affect the 49ers oversight of the stadium because the city and team are locked in litigation."

Pelicans' Game Atmosphere Improving, But Attendance Still Lags

Smoothie King Center is now a "great place to watch basketball," but it is "impossible to escape the empty seats."

Salt Lake City Forms Committee To Bid For Winter Games In '30 Or '34

Officials do not yet know "how long it will take for the committee to decide on whether it wants to bid" for '30 or '34.