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BREAKDOWN OF ECONOMIC IMPACT BY MAJOR LEAGUE CITY

     An analysis of economic impact on cities by the season's
cancellation was released by the U.S. Conference of Mayors:
          TOTAL                          LOCAL
          LOSS      STADIUM   LOCAL     BUSINESS  JOBS  STADIUM
  CITY    PER GAME  REVENUES  TAXES     REVENUES  LOST   OWNER
Anaheim   $1.9M    $81,000   $441,000  $1.417M    600    city
Arlington 2.0M      private   included  included  2,500  private
Atlanta   3.0M      2.0M      included  1.0M      6,350  county
Baltimore 1.2M      100,000   included  1.1M      2,000  commis.
Boston    50,000    private   10,000    40,000    400    private
Chi (NL)  736,181   636,000   30,000    70,000    1,000  commis.
Chi (AL)  852,038   780,000   39,000    33,157    1,000  commis.
Cinc      700,000   76,416    10,138    640,700   600    city
Cleveland 2.04M     1.2M      600,000   240,000   2,000  commis.
Denver    2.04M     43,000    39,600    1.96M     1,944  city
Houston   1.04M     400,000   40,000    600,000   1,000  county
K.C.      540,740   265,000   23,456    250,000   350    commis.
Minn.     922,600   282,000   36,000    640,000   900    commis.
NYC (NL)  2.06M     2.0M      62,500    included  850    city
NYC (AL)  2.06M     2.0M      62,500    included  850    city
Oakland   986,197   32,395    9,358     944,444   438    county
Phila     250,000   125,000   42,000    83,000    500    state
Pitts     460,000   20,000    20,000    400,000   350    city
St. Louis 432,480   private   30,320    402,160   1,180  private
Seattle   204,745   101,245   23,500    80,000    327    county
San Diego 203,000   18,000    5,000     180,000   825    city
San Fran  1.77M     535,000   136,000   1.095M    800    city
     CITIES NOT INCLUDED:  Detroit, L.A., Miami (Dade County),
Milwaukee, Montreal, Toronto.
     SOURCE:  U.S. Conference of Mayors, Dallas Morning News.
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