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UNITED BASEBALL LEAGUE LOOKS UNLIKELY AT B.C. PLACE
Published September 14, 1995
B.C. Place GM Neil Campbell said Wednesday it appears the UBL won't be playing in Vancouver next summer, according to this morning's Vancouver PROVINCE. Campbell: "It's pretty close to an impossibility that we'd be able to start baseball at the beginning of next April. I'm very, very doubtful that anything could happen next year ... or in the future. It's too bad it didn't come together." Campbell noted the UBL is yet to sign a lease, there are no announced owners, and no schedule in place. He also noted the league is having similar problems with franchises in Portland and Central FL (Terry Bell, Vancouver PROVINCE, 9/14).