Thursday, April 06, 2006

Should St. Louis get a MLS team?

With new Blue's owner also owning the Salt Lake MLS team, should he become the owner of a new MLS team in St. Louis, or should the Lou even get a team.

MLS plan for stadiums, expansion on pace

  • Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., will lease 600 acres to a real-estate developer to fund a project estimated at $1billion. The Home Depot Center sits on the campus of Cal State Dominguez Hills. The third expansion team will be in the Midwest, and Garber said St. Louis would not be a bad guess.

Staying Power Assured, a League Looks to Grow

  • The 12-team league will grow to 13 next year with the addition of Toronto; to 14 in 2008 with a team in St. Louis, Milwaukee or Cleveland; possibly to 15 in 2009 if Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., is able to find financing for a $1 billion development project; and to 16 in 2010 with the addition of a team in New York City.

Army coach Dixon hospitalized in critical condition

  • Army women's basketball coach Maggie Dixon suffered an arrhythmia heart episode Wednesday at West Point, N.Y., and is in critical condition.

Cardinals’ DeWitt outlines firmer plans for Ballpark Village

  • With the Cardinals soon to begin play in their new stadium, team management is continuing to promote the Ballpark Village component of the new facilities

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