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- An empty field of dreams? Corliss, Richard // Time;8/8/1994, Vol. 144 Issue 6, p65
Asserts that the baseball strike looming for August 12, 1994 could ruin a beautiful season. Players' and owners' issues; Highlights of the season so far; A call to forgo the strike.
- Accord, at last. Rawlings, John // Sporting News;08/19/96, Vol. 220 Issue 34, p3
Comments on the contract negotiations between Major League Baseball players and club owners. Talks between Donald Fehr and Randy Levine; Benefits of a completed agreement to the sport; Issue on whether to give players credit for service time lost during the strike.
- Fans, you have been heard. Kindred, Dave // Sporting News;08/19/96, Vol. 220 Issue 34, p7
Comments on the contract negotiations between Major League Baseball players and club owners. Decline in baseball game attendance because of the fiasco; Issues of contention between the two camps; Importance of the negotiations to baseball fans.
- Lack of a labor deal really reeks. Knisley, Michael // Sporting News;10/7/96, Vol. 220 Issue 41, p12
Criticizes Major League Baseball for its inability to reach a collective bargaining agreement. Revision of the format for the first round of the playoffs; Proposed interleague play starting the 1997 season; Issues of contention between the players' union and league officials.
- Owners, players prepare to spoil summer. // U.S. News & World Report;6/27/94, Vol. 116 Issue 25, p17
Speculates on a possible strike in major league baseball. Proposal by team owners of a cap on what each team can be paid, akin to the lids on professional basketball and football; Rejection of the idea by players; Signs that if a walkout occurs, each side may let it become a long one.
- Baseball dilemma needs quick answer. // Inside Tucson Business;2/5/96, Vol. 5 Issue 45, p4
Editorial. Comments on the on-and-off major league baseball park construction project in Tucson, Arizona. Economic impact of spring training; Planned recreational activities for facility; Protest reaction from the Innkeepers Association; Financial setbacks.
- HISTORY AND BUSCH STADIUM. // Sports Illustrated;07/08/1957, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p48
The article looks at the history of the Busch Stadium, a baseball arena in St. Louis, Missouri. The stadium was constructed in 1881, which was called as Sportsman's Park until 1953. The place had been the site of Major League Baseball events including the 1934 and 1946 World Series, and the 1957...
- American League park directory. // Baseball Digest;Apr97, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p126
Presents a directory of baseball parks of Major League Baseball. Playing field distances; Seating capacity.
- National League park directory. // Baseball Digest;Apr97, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p127
Presents a directory of baseball parks of baseball teams in Major League Baseball. Playing field distances; Seating capacity.