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Rose Law Group Reporter Notable Photoable: Warner in the hood

Posted by   /  August 4, 2017  /  PHOTOS/CARTOONS, Sports  /  No Comments

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Milwaukee Brewers explore Gilbert as spring training home

Posted by   /  August 4, 2017  /  Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

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Developer proposes $90 million baseball facility, plus a $70 million hotel, office, retail village By Jessica Boehm | The Republic The Milwaukee Brewers are exploring moving their spring training home 35 miles southeast to a new facility in Gilbert. The Major League Baseball team wants Gilbert to build a $90 million baseball facility near Loop 202 at Lindsay and Germann roads, […]

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Diamondbacks-Chase Field Roundup: They want to stay here; Fans react

Posted by   /  August 4, 2017  /  Courts/Law, Government and Politics, Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

By azcentral sports The Diamondbacks have made headlines in recent days not for their play on the field- which has been inconsistent of late- but for their complaints about Chase Field – which have been fairly consistent in the last year. An attorney representing the Diamondbacks claimed in court this week that Major League Baseball […]

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ASU football players react to eye-opening CTE study

Posted by   /  August 4, 2017  /  Health Care, Sports  /  No Comments

By Jose Esparza | Cronkite News Despite an eye-opening study about trauma found in the brains of deceased NFL players, it won’t keep them from playing the sport they love, several Arizona State athletes said. “It don’t bother me,” running back Demario Richard said. “It’s football. It’s a gladiator sport. It’s either you are with […]

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Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall: (Arizona) is our home, this is where we want to be

Posted by   /  August 3, 2017  /  Sports  /  No Comments

azcentral sports The Diamondbacks have made headlines in recent days not for their play on the field- which has been inconsistent of late- but for their complaints about Chase Field – which have been fairly consistent in the last year. An attorney representing the Diamondbacks claimed in court this week that Major League Baseball was […]

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Your take: Should MLB pull Diamondbacks out of Phoenix due to Chase Field ‘crisis?’ Fans react

Posted by   /  August 3, 2017  /  Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

By Richard Morin | The Republic Major League Baseball is so alarmed by equipment breakdowns at Chase Field that the Diamondbacks could be forced to leave the facility, a team attorney warned on Tuesday. The Diamondbacks contend that since Maricopa County is acting landlord of the facility, it should be responsible for the nearly $187 million in […]

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Major League Baseball alarmed by Chase Field conditions, could move D-Backs

Posted by   /  August 2, 2017  /  Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic Major League Baseball officials are so alarmed by recent equipment breakdowns at Chase Field that they might require the Arizona Diamondbacks to leave Phoenix unless the county government pays for millions of dollars in stadium repairs, an attorney for the team warned Tuesday. It’s the first time the team has […]

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Diamondbacks versus taxpayers: Nine stadium issues that will determine if the team is out

Posted by   /  August 1, 2017  /  Courts/Law, Government and Politics, Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

By Sean Holstege | Phoenix New Times It is crunch time for the Arizona Diamondbacks. So said sports columnist Dan Bickley, and Bickley would know. “Now comes their moment of truth,” Bickley wrote last week in The Arizona Republic. “By nightfall on August 17, you will know much more about their staying power.” He was […]

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NFL still owes more than half its brain research pledge

Posted by   /  July 29, 2017  /  Health Care, Sports  /  No Comments

The league’s $30 million deal with the National Institutes of Health to study CTE is dissolving in acrimony By Chris D’Angelo | The Huffington Post The National Institutes of Health is ending its partnership with the NFL to study concussions and brain disease, with more than half of the $30 million the league pledged unpaid, […]

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Judge moves to halt ‘deceptive practices’ around N.F.L. concussion settlement

Posted by   /  July 20, 2017  /  Courts/Law, Sports  /  No Comments

By Ken Belson | The New York Times The judge overseeing the N.F.L. concussion settlement said on Wednesday that the plaintiffs’ lawyers could look into whether lenders, claims service providers and other companies are duping former players into signing contracts for unneeded services. The order was made in response to an article published by The […]

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