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BLUE JAYS TO MAKE FLORIDA THEIR HOME FOR REPLACEMENTS
Published February 10, 1995
"Running out of options and time," Blue Jays President Paul Beeston confirmed that the team will make Dunedin, FL its regular-season home for potential replacement-player games, pending approval by the American League, according to this morning's TORONTO SUN. A.L. VP/Admin. & Media Affairs Phyllis Merhige: "We have to look at it from a scheduling standpoint, from umpiring, from broadcast territories, safety issues, to see if any special construction needs to be done to the stadium" (Steve Simmons, TORONTO SUN, 2/10).