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DALLAS-FT. WORTH OFFICIALS WORRIED ABOUT MLB ALL-STAR GAME
Published January 17, 1995
An AP report notes that, besides looking for replacements, the Rangers have "another worry: the All-Star Game." Area business leaders are concerned that game could be lost which could cost the Dallas-Ft. Worth area "tens of millions of dollars." Rangers President Tom Schieffer is optimistic that the game will not be cancelled: "That would mean that the entire season has been canceled. I just can't see that happening" (FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 1/16).