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LABOR AGREEMENT KEEPING MARINERS FROM PLAYING IN VANCOUVER
Published July 17, 1995
The lack of a labor agreement between baseball and its players and the uncertainty over the Mariners' future in Seattle is "clouding the issue" with regards to the team playing "a handful" of regular-season games in Vancouver's BC Place, according to the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Officials of BC Place need to make improvements to the facility, but don't want to make expenditures unless they are sure the games will be played, according to Mariners President Chuck Armstrong (Neil Campbell, Toronto GLOBE & MAIL, 7/17).