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N.Y. ATTORNEY MILES PRENTICE MAKES BID FOR ROYALS
Published December 9, 1997
N.Y.-based attorney E. Miles Prentice said that he "submitted an application to buy the Royals," according to Zack Burgess of the K.C. STAR. Prentice said that "despite his New York ties, he would not attempt" to move the team. Royals President Mike Herman could not be reached for comment. Prentice owns Midland Sports with his partner, Bob Richmond. Midland Sports owns two minor-league teams in TX, the Midland Angels in the AA Texas Baseball league and the WPHL Odessa Jackolopes hockey team (K.C. STAR, 12/6).