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MOSS'S DREAM -- "GOOD BASEBALL AND HAVING A LOT OF FUN"
Published November 9, 1994
Dick Moss, player agent and leader of the new United Baseball League, "is trying to turn a vision he has entertained for almost three decades into reality." Moss: "I think there is a better way to play baseball and run it as a business. ... I always felt it should be broader. There should be baseball in more cities." Moss, who would like to place a team in Havana, Cuba "as soon as it is appropriate," hopes to make ownership announcements within the next 60 days (Tom Pedulla, USA TODAY, 9/11).