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Baseball has made its choice. Now come the consequences

Por: Newsweek Opinion April 07, 2021

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When I was a kid, my city's baseball team packed up and left town. My dad and I were regulars at Washington Senators games until they migrated to Texas and became the Rangers when I was 14. Nearly 50 years later, I have spent decades in Texas rooting for those Rangers. Back in Washington, fans endured a baseball void for 33 years until the birth of the Nationals. Time heals, new loyalties are forged and the history of baseball marches on... + full article



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