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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, Sadiq Khan Discuss Potential Game In London

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 23 / 16

London may soon host Major League Baseball's first game in Europe, "after discussions were held" between MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred and London Mayor Sadiq Khan, according to Nivedita Shankar of REUTERS. Earlier this year, the MLB stated it was "keen for London to host its first regular-s...

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