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MLB, cable firms end feud over out-of-market games

After prodding from Kerry, deal reached on subscription package

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / April 5, 2007

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Major League Baseball reached a deal last night to allow three of the nation's largest cable providers to keep carrying its Extra Innings package of out-of-market games, an accord reached after contentious negotiations and the involvement of Massachusetts Senator John F. Kerry . (Full article: 391 words)

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