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The AAF Starts Its Run As A Winter-Spring Football League On...

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San Diego has a professional football team again.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK2aZm4Zz1Q   Are you ready for some football? The Alliance of American Football is preparing for week one with...

The Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim Will Stay In Anaheim Through...

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Moreno just wants more revenue. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rZGlYT0AhM&t=3s   Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim owner Arte Moreno has some maneuverability in his stadium negotiations with Anaheim...

Mark Davis’s Road To Las Vegas May Not Go Through Oakland...

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The National Football League is not an independent spring-summer baseball league where teams come and go and on an odd occasion, a team could play an entire season of road games.

The Canadian Football League Is Still Around

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It is somewhat astonishing that the Canadian Football League is still in existence and has outlasted three American Football Leagues, the All American Football Conference and a whole bunch of other leagues including the United States Football League and the XFL.

San Antonio’s Mayor Is All Set To Watch NFL Games In...

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San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is ready to fill up some of his fall Sunday afternoons watching an NFL game at the city’s Alamodome sports venue sometime between now and 2028. Nirenberg told the San Antonio TV station KSAT you will see an NFL team in San Antonio in the next 10 years.

Minor League Baseball Teams Seem Set For 2019

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The operators of minor league baseball teams seem to have everything in order and should be ready to start marketing their product, minor league baseball for the 2019 season.

Minor League Baseball Stadiums As Economic Engines

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Worcester, Massachusetts and Wichita, Kansas stepped into the stadium game and ended up with Triple A Minor League Baseball teams moving into those cities by 2021.
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Vince McMahon Doesn’t Want Players To Sign AAF Deals

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Could there be a battle brewing over football players who are at present unemployed? It seems that way.

FBI Probe Of College Basketball Not A Problem For Cities That...

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association, whose very integrity can constantly be questioned, through its basketball business put up its annual crown jewel basketball tournament, the Men’s Final Four, for bid in 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026.

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.