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Mexican Media Company Grupo Multimedios Acquires 50% Stake In LMB Club Sultanes

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 21 / 17

Media company Grupo Multimedios signed a deal to acquire 50% of Mexican Baseball League (LMB) club Sultanes de Monterrey, according to LA AFICIÓN. The agreement was reached on Friday and Grupo Multimedios said that the purpose "is to drive the consolidation and reach of the king of sport...

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