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WILL DON BEAVER BE THE KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR FOR TWINS?
Published September 15, 1997
Don Beaver, who is looking to bring an MLB team to NC, was in Minnesota to "let Twins owner Carl Pohlad know that Charlotte is interested in either buying the Twins or encouraging Pohlad to relocate there," according to Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Hartman: "The Pohlads refused to confirm Beaver's visit. But rest assured Beaver spent a long time with the Pohlads." Hartman noted Pohlad's "great relationship" with the Charlotte banking community as another possible lure (STAR TRIBUNE, 9/13).