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Volume 27 No. 30

Monday, September 28, 2020

Volume 27 No. 11

Rob Manfred Gets Through Unusual MLB Season, But Challenges Remain

Rob Manfred said the season was "teetering" on the brink, but he "wouldn't say how close he came" to shutting it down.

Saints Tab OVG To Sell Next Superdome Naming Rights Deal

The Saints believe the Superdome can attract a major national or international brand at a premium price despite its age.

NBA Allowing Teams Larger Sponsor Patch On Practice Jerseys

The sales effort for the 12-by-5-inch patch "goes into effect immediately, with at least one team" in the Cavaliers "having a deal in place with Goodyear."

NHL, Union Emit Positivity Ahead Of Crucial Talks On '20-21 Season

The next six months, and "possibly the next year, is going to represent the biggest challenge for the NHL and the union" since the '04-05 lockout.

William Hill Confirms Takeover Proposals From Caesars, Apollo

William Hill's BOD said that Apollo and Caesars have "until Oct. 23 to say whether they intend to make a formal company offer."

French Open Begins With Small Crowds, Dreary Weather In Paris

The French Open is only hosting about 1,000 spectators per day due to the pandemic, much less than the originally projected 20,000.

The Hockey News Plots Expansion After SI Partnership

The Hockey News and Maven last month launched a partnership under which THN became the exclusive provider of hockey-related content for Sports Illustrated.