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October 24, 2005


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One cannot disagree with you because you have lost your love for pro baseball. Although all your reasons are ones I can understand, I want to point out one inaccuracy in your editorial today.

You said, "There are too many teams today, who move from city to city too often."

Although many agree there are too many teams, the fact is that Major League baseball teams hardly ever move from city to city these days.

Prior to this year's move of the Montreal Expos to Washington, DC, the last time a Major League team relocated was in 1971 when the Washington Senators became the Texas Rangers.

One move every 34 years is pretty amazing given what has happened in other professional sports franchises.

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