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UBL SET TO MAKE PROPOSAL FOR RFK STADIUM IN DC
Published March 30, 1995
After meeting with Washington, DC, officials Tuesday, United Baseball League (UBL) officials will make a proposal next week to lease RFK Stadium for its Washington franchise. UBL COO Mike Stone: "We left it with them that we would come back and make a proposal, and we intend to do that within the next week." Stone said investors in the DC franchise "probably" will be announced next month (Thom Loverro, WASHINGTON TIMES, 3/30).