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TWINS AND MLB TO APPEAL JUDGE'S RULING IN ANTITRUST CASE
Published May 8, 1998
The Twins and MLB have decided to appeal a ruling by a Ramsey County (MN) district judge which order MLB and Twins officials, along with prospective Twins Owner Don Beaver, to answer questions from the MN Attorney General's office and produce documents concerning the Twins' potential move to NC., according to Jay Weiner of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE. Weiner writes the antitrust case has "national implications." Today, lawyers for MLB, the Twins and Beaver will ask the Judge to stay the execution of the ruling and order a speedy appeal to the state Court of Appeals "because of the importance of the case" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 5/8).