یہ سرکاری ہے: ڈیوڈ گلاس نے رائلز کو تاجر جان شرمین کو فروخت کرنے پر اتفاق کیا – کے ایم بی سی کینساس سٹی

یہ سرکاری ہے: ڈیوڈ گلاس نے رائلز کو تاجر جان شرمین کو فروخت کرنے پر اتفاق کیا – کے ایم بی سی کینساس سٹی


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OUT JUST ABOUT AN HOUR AGO. THE TERMS OF THE SALE HAVE NOT BEEN ANNOUNCED. NEWS REPORTS SAY IT IS IN THE RANGE OF $1 BILLION. DAVID GLASS POT THE TEAM IN 2004 $96 MILLION. IN A STATEMENT TODAY, HE SAYS HE HAS FOUND A GOOD STEWARD FOR BASEBALL AND JOHN SHERMAN WILL BE LEADING A GROUP OF LOCAL INVESTORS FOR THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS. THE OTHER NAMES WERE NOT INCLUDED IN THAT NEWS RELEASE. EARLIER THIS WEEK, OTHER NEWS ORGANIZATIONS STARTED REPORTING THAT DAVID GLASS WAS IN TALKS WITH SHERMAN TO BUY THE TEAM. USA TODAY IS REPORTING THAT THE PLACE OF THE TALKS PICKED UP BECAUSE OF GLASSES HEALTH PROBLEMS. JOHN SHERMAN IS A KANSAS CITY BUSINESSMAN AND PHILANTHROPIST. HE IS A MINORITY OWNER OF THE CLEVELAND INDIANS. >> I KNOW WE DO NOT KNOW A LOT ABOUT HIM. BUT SEEING AS HE IS A TICKET HOLDER, A KANSAS CITY NATIVE, THERE IS A LOT OF RELIEF. MICHAEL: THE GENERAL MANAGER SAYS IF GLASS IS SELLING, HE WILL WANT THE NEXT OWNER TO KEEP THE TEAM AND KANSAS CITY. >> IF HE WERE TO SELL, HE IS LOOKING FOR THE EXACT SAME QUALITIES. >> WE HAVE A GOOD STADIUM AND A GOOD FAMILIES. I DON’T THINK THE ROYALS ARE ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK. HAVING A LOCAL OWNER WHO IS A BASE

IT’S OFFICIAL: David Glass agrees to sell Royals to businessman John Sherman

Kansas City Royals’ owner David Glass has agreed to sell the club to businessman John Sherman and co-investors, the team announced Friday.“The decision to sell the Royals was difficult for our family. Our goal, which I firmly believe we’ve achieved, was to have someone local, who truly loved the game of baseball and who would be a great steward for this franchise going forward. In John Sherman we have found everything we were looking for in taking ownership of this franchise,” Glass said in a news release.USA Today’s Bob Nightengale reported the deal will become official in November when it’s ratified by the Major League Baseball owners. Sherman, a Kansas City native, is currently the vice chairman of the Cleveland Indians.Glass bought the Royals for $96 million in 2000. According to Forbes, the team is now worth $1 billion.”As for my family, it has been an amazing run since we gained control of the franchise in 2000. I will miss this more than anyone realizes because I grew up loving this great game and was awarded a fantastic opportunity to own one of the 30 Major League clubs. We watched this club painfully come up 90-feet short in 2014 and then ultimately win that coveted World Series trophy in 2015. I will never forget the thrill of seeing over 800,000 people of this community come together on one sunny November day to salute the newly-crowned World Champions,” Glass said. “It’s been a fantastic ride and I want to thank our great fans for supporting us through the years but now it’s time for someone else to oversee this franchise into its next championship and in John Sherman, we’ve found the perfect individual.” “I am enormously grateful to David and the Glass Family for this extraordinary opportunity and am humbled by the chance to team up with a distinguished group of local investors to carry forward and build on this rich Kansas City Royals legacy,” John Sherman said in a news release. “Our goal will be threefold: to compete for a championship on behalf of our fans; to honor their passion, their experience and their unwavering commitment; and to carry their hopes and dreams forward in this great Kansas City region we all love — for decades to come.”

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —

Kansas City Royals’ owner David Glass has agreed to sell the club to businessman John Sherman and co-investors, the team announced Friday.

“The decision to sell the Royals was difficult for our family. Our goal, which I firmly believe we’ve achieved, was to have someone local, who truly loved the game of baseball and who would be a great steward for this franchise going forward. In John Sherman we have found everything we were looking for in taking ownership of this franchise,” Glass said in a news release.

USA Today’s Bob Nightengale reported the deal will become official in November when it’s ratified by the Major League Baseball owners. Sherman, a Kansas City native, is currently the vice chairman of the Cleveland Indians.

KC #Royals owner David Glass has agreed to a deal for $1 billion with KC businessman John Sherman, a Cleveland #Indians minority owner, which will become official in November when ratified by the #MLB owners.

— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) August 30, 2019

Glass bought the Royals for $96 million in 2000. According to Forbes, the team is now worth $1 billion.

“As for my family, it has been an amazing run since we gained control of the franchise in 2000. I will miss this more than anyone realizes because I grew up loving this great game and was awarded a fantastic opportunity to own one of the 30 Major League clubs. We watched this club painfully come up 90-feet short in 2014 and then ultimately win that coveted World Series trophy in 2015. I will never forget the thrill of seeing over 800,000 people of this community come together on one sunny November day to salute the newly-crowned World Champions,” Glass said. “It’s been a fantastic ride and I want to thank our great fans for supporting us through the years but now it’s time for someone else to oversee this franchise into its next championship and in John Sherman, we’ve found the perfect individual.”

“I am enormously grateful to David and the Glass Family for this extraordinary opportunity and am humbled by the chance to team up with a distinguished group of local investors to carry forward and build on this rich Kansas City Royals legacy,” John Sherman said in a news release. “Our goal will be threefold: to compete for a championship on behalf of our fans; to honor their passion, their experience and their unwavering commitment; and to carry their hopes and dreams forward in this great Kansas City region we all love — for decades to come.”