Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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Florida News: Mexico City

NFL Is Not The Only Pro Football League Looking At Mexico

The National Football League won't be staging its annual game in Mexico City because of poor field conditions at the stadium. If the NFL does return to Mexico City in 2019, the NFL may not be the only football league that will showcase its product in Mexico.

The Soccer World Does Not Want A La Liga Match In...

Major League Baseball is in the middle of its All Star tour of Japan. Recently, National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has plans to stage 2019 pre-season games in Germany and Switzerland with regular season games in Prague, the Czech Republic and Stockholm, Sweden.

The NFL’s Problems With The London Market Include Travel

The National Football League is not holding a game in London this weekend nor is the league playing a game in Mexico City this Sunday or Monday. But NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the 31 owners and the Green Bay Packers Board of Directors continue to look at London as an international savior and a gateway to establishing the sport somewhere other than North America.

London Calling, The NFL Is Listening Very Closely

The National Football League’s three game London home stand wraps up with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars game. The National Football League ownership group has a very clear intent in scheduling matches in London.

NBA Says Hello How Are You To Seattle

National Basketball Association pre-season games are being played and in a sense, the pre-season is a reminder of what the National Basketball Association of the 1950s was like. Anyone willing to throw down a basketball floor could land a game.

The NBA Is Visiting Seattle And Mexico City In 2018-2019

The National Basketball Association is getting ready for the 2018-2019 season and the schedule includes a pre-season stop in Seattle and a pair of regular season games in Mexico City.

Rob Manfred Wants The A’s To Stay In Oakland

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has expressed an interest in seeing his business add two teams in the future but before that happens, Manfred and his bosses, the 30 owners of Major League Baseball teams have to fix a problem.
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NFL’s International Outreach Will Not Include Australia

Queensland, Australia officials want to host a National Football League game in Brisbane. Local tourism officials think an NFL game would bring in American tourists. But NFL personnel think Australia is too far away for the league to stage a regular season game.

Louisville’s NBA Hopes Suffer A Major Setback

Bruce Miller tried to get Louisville a National Basketball Association team starting in 2000. His efforts ultimately failed after he tried to entice five teams into moving to Kentucky.

Portland Investors Want A Major League Baseball Team

Major League Baseball is not adding two teams to the existing business anytime soon. There is no indication that three stadium challenged franchises, Arizona, Oakland and Tampa Bay, will be leaving their local markets anytime soon either.
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