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Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 30, 2013

**Hurt by bad weather and not having any living inductees, the Baseball Hall of Fame drew just 2,500 fans this weekend to its annual induction ceremony. **The Chicago City Council unanimously approved the Cubs’ $500 million renovation plan. **The Dallas Cowboys this season are partnering with NBC to unveil a new 360-degree red zone view for TV audiences and fans attending games at AT&T Stadium. Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 30, 2013

Winners and Losers--July 26, 2013

**A reduction in the NHL’s salary cap under the new CBA has led to a relatively quiet free agency period. **“Turbo,” the Dreamworks Animations movie whose plot centered on the Indianapolis 500, generated a disappointing $21 million in its opening weekend at the box office. **Boosted by high-profile player acquisitions this past offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays are experiencing two of the largest year-over-year attendance in MLB. Winners and Losers--July 26, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 25, 2013

**Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun has been suspended for the remainder of the MLB season for his connection to the Biogenesis steroid scandal. **The Michigan Strategic Fund approved a plan to issue up to $450 million in bonds to fund a mixed-use entertainment district featuring a new Detroit Red Wings arena. **The NFL is considering adding a second Hall of Fame game, held during the regular season, as a way to boost interest in the museum. Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 25, 2013

Winners and Losers--July 19, 2013

**The free agent acquisitions of Dwight Howard and Andre Iguodala have had a tremendous impact on the Houston Rockets’ and Golden State Warriors’ ticket sales. **Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan has expanded his sports portfolio by buying EPL club Fulham for a reported $300 million. **Though he’s been the biggest surprise of the MLB season, Yasiel Puig has struggled to adapt to his overwhelming media coverage. Winners and Losers--July 19, 2013

Winners and Losers--July 12, 2013

**One of the few times a sports team should be lauded for losing money, the New England Patriots exchanged more than 1,200 Aaron Hernandez jerseys, including 300 youth jerseys. **Anaheim officials said that the city-owned Angels Stadium is in need of $150 million in upgrades over the next decade. **After becoming the first Brit to win Wimbledon in 77 years, Andy Murray likely will reap a marketing windfall. Winners and Losers--July 12, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 11, 2013

**The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission rejected the Rams’ proposal for a $700 million renovation to the Edward Jones Dome. **After becoming the first Brit to win Wimbledon in 77 years, Andy Murray likely will reap a marketing windfall. **Retired football coach Bobby Bowden is returning to FSU to help the school with fundraising efforts. Bust, Boom, and Hope: July 11, 2013

Winners and Losers--June 28, 2013

**The NHL expects revenue to increase $1 billion over the next three years, citing strong attendance and more outdoor games as the primary reasons for the growth. **San Jose’s lawsuit against MLB to relocate the Oakland A’s could cause issues for the league down the road in regard to territorial rights. **2014 Super Bowl tickets are expected to sell for an all-time high thanks to the added demand and novelty of playing the game in the New York area. Winners and Losers--June 28, 2013

Winners and Losers--June 21, 2013

**The Los Angeles Dodgers and MLB have reached a tentative deal that would allow the team to keep up to $6 billion from its TV rights agreement with Time Warner Cable. **The Phoenix Coyotes could relocate to Seattle if a new lease agreement isn’t reached with the Glendale City Council by July 2. **Still two months from the start of the NFL season, NBC is on verge of matching its 2012 “Sunday Night Football” ad sales revenue. Winners and Losers--June 21, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: June 18, 2013

**Plumbing issues at O.co Coliseum resulted in raw sewage flooding the Oakland A’s and Seattle Mariners’ locker rooms during their game on Sunday. **The Phoenix Mercury has seen interest spike this season thanks to the presence of rookie Brittney Griner. **In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, the NFL has announced new safety measures. Bust, Boom, and Hope: June 18, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: June 11, 2013

**The NFL’s TV partners reportedly are unhappy about the league’s new sponsorship deal with Verizon, which includes mobile streaming rights. **F1 Grand Prix of America has signed a 15-year deal with Formula 1 and has begun preparations to stage its inaugural race near New York City this time next year. **Beginning next season, the NHL will make wearing visors mandatory for all players with less than 26 games of experience. Bust, Boom, and Hope: June 11, 2013
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