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Source: Orioles, Ravens Still Working To Fix Scheduling Conflict
Published March 19, 2013
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"We're trying to work it out. There are many, many moving parts, and it's definitely not something that can just be done right away," said the source. "But the Ravens should have the kind of opener they deserve." Negotiations are ongoing between Ravens President Dick Cass and high-ranking Orioles officials. Further complicating the issue is that shifting the Orioles-White Sox from the evening to the afternoon would run afoul of provisions in the MLB CBA preventing day games after a night game in a different city.
"We certainly have empathy for the position we have put them in," said Ravens Senior VP/Public & Community Relations Kevin Byrne.