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Volume 27 No. 88

Monday, November 2, 2020

Volume 27 No. 36

Excitement Abounds As Steve Cohen Is Approved As Mets Owner

Cohen announced that salary cuts for Mets employees, which went into effect in March and ranged from 5-30%, "would be reversed as of Nov. 1."

Sources: Possible Orioles Sale Has Potential Bidders Showing Interest

Sources said that MLB has told Cal Ripken Jr. that it "would like him to be part of an ownership or management group if the club is sold."

SCOTUS Denies NFL, DirecTV Appeal To Dismiss Antitrust Lawsuit

The court declined to "review an appeals court decision from last year that allowed commercial and residential subscribers of Sunday Ticket to proceed with their case."

MLB Bracing For Deeply Challenging Pandemic Offseason

This anticipated period of "widespread retrenchment comes at a critical moment for the sport’s fragile labor relations."

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Joins iRacing, Takes Exec Dir Title

Earnhardt "envisions his role as one in which he’ll help iRacing executives strike new partnerships" with racetracks, car manufacturers, advertisers and sponsors.

Harris Seeks To Revamp PE Firm Apollo's "Cutthroat" Reputation

Harris is "trying to modernize" Apollo's corporate structure, creating a "broader shared power arrangement that could one day form the basis of a succession plan."

Jason Wright Talks Potential New WFT Stadium Plans

Wright said, "Where this stadium lands is as much about impacting the community for the decades to come from an economic standpoint as it is for our business."