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PHILADELPHIA MAYOR ED RENDELL INTERESTED IN MLB POST
Published February 5, 1998
In a profile of Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell, Larry Platt writes that there are "those who believe that if no [MLB] commissioner is in place when Rendell's term expires in '99, Rendell would be interested." If ever named, Rendell said he would hire Philadelphia Inquirer MLB writer Jayson Stark as his assistant (PHILADELPHIA, 2/98 issue).