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BASEBALL NOTES: '98 ALL STAR SITE; NEGRO LEAGUE CELEBRATION
Published May 26, 1995
Within the next month, MLB is expected to announce Coors Field as its site for the '98 All-Star Game (USA TODAY, 5/26)....Visions USA has been "drafted" by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, MO, to produce a three-day celebration in October honoring the 75th anniversary of the leagues' founding (ADWEEK, 5/22)....At least half of MLB owners "are in favor of an in-house, revenue-sharing plan that does not include concessions from the union," according to Hal Bodley in this morning's USA TODAY. This will be discussed when owners meet June 5-8 to "map strategy" for talk on a new CBA (USA TODAY, 5/26).