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ARE YANKEES' OPTIONS LIMITED ON A NEW FACILITY IN THE BRONX?
Published March 9, 1995
A top Yankees official told the N.Y. TIMES that "it may be impossible to rebuild the historic stadium in a way that would satisfy" Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner. The comments by Yankees Exec VP & General Counsel David Sussman "may be a sign" that if the team stays in New York, it "would most likely" be in a modern ballpark on the West Side of Manhattan. The team is said to be considering a move to New Jersey (Richard Sandomir, N.Y. TIMES, 3/9).