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NFL’s International Outreach Will Not Include Australia

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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

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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

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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.

CFL Commissioner Sees Mexico As A Big Football Market

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Major League Baseball played some regular season games in Monterey in the late 1990s causing then Colorado Rockies owner Jerry McMorris to enthusiastically push for a franchise in the city that is not far from the Texas-Mexico border.

The Trump Factor And FIFA Voters

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Delegates from the governing body of soccer, FIFA, will be handing out the 2026 World Cup to either the United 2026 coalition of the United States, Canada and Mexico or Morocco on Wednesday at a meeting in Moscow, Russia.

NBA Is Not Going To Kansas City In The Near Future

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When did Kansas City become a viable option for National Basketball Association owners as a possible expansion location? An unnamed league executive told NBA scout and college basketball TV commentator, Jarrett Sutton, that Kansas City will get an NBA team.

MLB Commissioner Still Pushing Expansion

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Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred is pitching the notion that there should be 32 teams instead of 30 big league ball clubs. Manfred has suggested that Montreal should return to the fold along with Mexico City.

It’s Cinco De Mayo For Major League Baseball And Others

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It is Cinco de Mayo which for some reason resonates in the United States with celebrations at bars and taverns with revelers having no real knowledge of why it is a holiday in Mexico. On May 5, 1862, an undermanned Mexican army defeated the French at the Battle of Puebla and it was also the last time a European nation attacked a North American country.

MLB May Expand At Some Point

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Expansion is on the table. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMFupeDBOPc   Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred is still pushing the idea that the industry should add two teams to the...

Seattle Gets A Stern Endorsement

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Seattle Gets A Stern Endorsement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNKH6KoU9vs   David Stern spent most of his adult professional life working for the National Basketball Association starting as a league lawyer...