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NORTHERN VIRGINIA KEEPING AN EYE ON THE PIRATES?
Published January 5, 1996
Although the Pirates sale is still in question, an executive for Northern VA attorney William Collins said they will not get involved in the Pittsburgh situation, unless the current deal with Kevin McClatchy "falls apart." Virginia Baseball's Michael Scanlon: "We're going to stay away until somebody calls and says this team can be relocated." Scanlon added that Collins is "in constant contact" with Astros Owner Drayton McLane, with whom he tried to deal last fall (Hal Bodley, USA TODAY, 1/5).