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  • The SEC is looking into the deal that financed the construction of Marlins Park in Florida.

    Live attendance in pro U.S. sports, basketball, football, and even motor car racing and college football, has declined or leveled off.

  • Apple's fresh start

    Apple is reportedly searching for new talent to develop its iWatch, and Tesla Motors replaces Oracle on the Nasdaq today. CNBC's Simon Hobbs and Bob Pisani, discuss.

  • Joe Torre Beyond the Pinstripes

    MLB executive vice president, Joe Torre, opens up about domestic violence and his Safe at Home Foundation. He gives his insight on instant replay revealing he is "hopeful by 2014 the MLB will have more instant replays. " He hopes "to gain trust back from the fans" after controversy surrounding the MLB and steroids.

  • Oracle Team USA Slingsby, Luna Rossa Swordfish and Artemis White teams compete in Qualifier & Quarter Finals during America's cup World Series Naples on April 18, 2013 in Naples, Italy.

    Most of the contenders that could afford to compete are funded by a single source—a billionaire. Staging the event itself is estimated to cost as much as $100 million.

  • Oracle Team USA sails near the Golden Gate Bridge during a training session on July 1, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

    Want to know what $100 million will buy you? A sail boat so fast and sleek that its technology is more like an aircraft than a watercraft.

  • The NFL's Arrest Record

    Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is facing murder charges. Which sports have the highest arrest rates? Patrick Rishe, Sports & Economic writer, offers insight.

  • Bidding on Bryant ... And Robinson

    Ken Goldin, Goldin Auctions, discusses the items up for auction in a Kobe Bryant memorabilia auction that takes place from June 17th through July 19th. Bryant's lawsuit to stop the auction has been settled. Also up for auction, the bat Jackie Robinson used during his MVP season.

  • MLB App Developers on Apple's WWDC

    Adam Ritter and Chad Evans, MLB.com, discuss existing products and what Apple might do to draw their interest at the company's Worldwide Developer Conference today.

  • MLB Seeks to Suspend A-Rod, Braun & Others: Reports

    There's a major development in Major League Baseball's steroid investigation, reports NBC's Brian Shactman.

  • Alex Rodriguez

    The founder of a Miami anti-aging clinic has agreed to talk to Major League Baseball about players linked to performance-enhancing drugs, The Associated Press reported.

  • Is Baseball Striking Out?

    Stephen Cannella, Sports Illustrated, and Patrick Rishe, Webster University economics professor, discuss what's driving down attendance at Major League Baseball games this year. Much of it is attributable to the Miami Marlins, which have seen a tremendous drop in attendance.

  • Danica Patrick

    Charlotte Motor Speedway will be roaring this Sunday as Nascar driver Danica Patrick takes the wheel for one of the biggest races of the year for her and her team.

  • Discipline: In Golf and Investing

    CNBC's Joe Kernen hits the golf course with Citi's Tobias Levkovich to chat about the discipline of golf — and what it can teach you about investing.

  • Kobe Bryant Sues Mom

    LA Lakers' Kobe Bryant is saying his mother fouled him and the infraction could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.

  • Teammates assist J.A. Happ after he was hit by a line drive on Tuesday.

    Toronto Blue Jay pitcher J.A. Happ's skull fracture from a line drive to the head raises questions about protective gear for baseball. Here are some available products.

  • Manchester United, the world's second most valuable soccer club, has appointed David Moyes as the club's manager, following the retirement of Alex Ferguson.

  • Long running manager of U.K. soccer club Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, is retiring, the club announced on Wednesday.

  • Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, home of the Cubs.

    A plan to renovate 99-year-old Wrigley Field will be a 'great deal' for Chicago's economy, according to Cubs owner Tom Ricketts.

  • Wrigley Field Gets $500M Makeover

    Tom Ricketts, Chicago Cubs owner & chairman, provides details on his plans to renovate the 99-year old ballpark.

  • Safeco Field offering craft beer to patrons.

    Fans attending a Mariners game can choose from more than 50 different varieties of beer, reflecting the taste of the region's consumers.