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ANGELOS, MARYLAND GOVERNOR HAVE GEORGIA ON THEIR MIND
Published September 14, 1994
Orioles owner Peter Angelos told the WASHINGTON POST yesterday that he and MD Governor William Schaefer will meet with Rams owner Georgia Frontiere and other Rams officials this Sunday to discuss the possibilities of moving the team to Baltimore. A spokesperson for Schaefer said that while the governor's schedule does not presently include a meeting with Rams officials, the schedule has some "built-in free time" that could be filled by a visit with Rams officials. A source close to the negotiations said that the Rams' interest in moving has "warmed up considerably," with Baltimore moving to the "forefront" (Christine Brennan & Richard Tapscott, WASHINGTON POST, 9/14).