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7/23/2024 |  The 2024 MLB Trade Deadline Primer (Spotrac News) As the July 30th MLB Trade Deadline approaches, many teams have already begun to maneuver for the dog-day stretch of the 2024 season. The Oakland Athletics have already started their annual “trade, demote, or designate anyone with a million dollar salary” process. The smaller markets (Kansas City/Baltimore) have taken a head start into trade season, adding to their respective bullpens before the real fun begins. And of course, the need to watch the standings on a daily basis has become as important as ever, as we all collectively attempt to decipher which teams will be buyers, sellers, or a little bit of both over the next 8 days.
7/22/2024 |  Ex-MLB announcer Thom Brennaman returning to TV as college football broadcaster four years after hot-mic slur (CBS Sports) Ex-MLB broadcaster Thom Brennaman will be returning to the airwaves this fall. The former Reds play-by-play announcer has been hired by the CW as their lead play-by-play broadcaster for nationally televised college football games this coming season, according to The Athletic. 
7/19/2024 |  City council approves a new Tampa Bay Rays ballpark — and the existing site’s transformation (Associated Press (AP)) ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays are on track to get a long-sought new ballpark following a city council vote Thursday on a major redevelopment project that also guarantees the team will stay where it is for at least 30 years.
The ballpark is part of a broader $6.5 billion project that supporters say would transform an 86-acre (34-hectare) tract in the city’s downtown, with plans in the coming years for a Black history museum, affordable housing, a hotel, green space, entertainment venues, and office and retail space. There’s the promise of thousands of jobs as well.
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7/19/2024 |  St. Pete Approves $1.3 Billion Rays Stadium, Ending Relocation Rumors (Front Office Sports) Nearly a generation of uncertainty surrounding the Rays and their status in the Tampa Bay market is now definitively ending as the St. Petersburg, Fla., city council on Thursday approved the club’s proposed $1.3 billion stadium and mixed-use development.

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