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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.
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 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.
Enrique Bonilla is not a well-known name in American soccer fans circles but Bonilla is well known in Mexico as the President of Mexico’s First Division in soccer and he has a thought about the future of soccer in North America.
Slowly but surely, there is an ongoing roll out of the 2018-2019 men’s college basketball season. Individual schools are making a big deal of the start of practice for the players and coaching staffs with big ceremonies in school gyms.
It appears that Quebec political leaders have thrown their support behind an effort to build a state of the art baseball park in an attempt to attract Major League Baseball’s interest and get a team in Montreal. Major League Baseball moved the Montreal Expos franchise to Washington after the 2004 season.
The Major League Baseball All Star Game was supposed to be a celebration of the game, the best of the Boys of Summer on display for an international audience. But something clearly was wrong.
If NBA Commissioner Adam Silver had his way, the 2018 NBA Draft would be the last time 19-year-olds would be able to enter the NBA. If the players association had its way, 18-year-olds would be eligible to play in the NBA starting in 2019.
It is probably just a matter of weeks until Seattle gets the word that they are in the NHL beginning in 2020 or in slightly later. The National Hockey League could be involved with a collective bargaining agreement problem and there could be yet another lockout delaying Seattle’s first game.
The first getting to know you meeting with potential owners of a Montreal Major League Baseball team and Mayor Valerie Plante took place last week and Plante seems open to support Stephen Bronfman and Mitch Garber’s plan to bring a team back to the city.
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