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POHLAD TO HOLD ONTO TWINS?; WOLVES STICK WITH OGDEN
Published March 17, 1995
Several baseball sources said they expect Twins Owner Carl Pohlad to remain as the team's owner for "at least a few more years," according to Jim Souhan in this morning's Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Speculation exist that Pohlad is looking to sell the team after the strike ends, but sources think he will hold onto the team because he "wants to play a key roll" in the building of a new baseball stadium in the area (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 3/17). T-WOLVES SIGN WITH OGDEN: The Timberwolves signed a 30-year arena-use agreement with Ogden Entertainment Services. Ogden has been managing the facility since it opened in '90, but new negotiations were required when the Target Center was officially sold last week (Steve Aschburner, Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 3/17).