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Published October 4, 1994
There is speculation that the CFL's Las Vegas Posse, which drew only 7,438 for Doug Flutie's Calgary Stampeders, may play their last two games of the season in a test market. CFL Commissioner Larry Smith and others met via conference call over the weekend to discuss the Las Vegas problem. Posse coach Ron Meyer said that every indication is that they will finish the season in Vegas (Baltimore SUN, 10/4)....The Norwich, CT, Navigators received official word yesterday that they will be the Yankees' AA-affiliate for at least the next two seasons (HARTFORD COURANT, 10/4).... Unless Pawtucket officials can replace "undersized" McCoy Stadium, the Red Sox' AAA team may move, with Providence and Worcester as possible sites (BOSTON HERALD, 10/3).