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City councilor makes a pitch: minor league baseball in Hub

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / December 12, 2005

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The Red Sox have written baseball on the souls of generations of Bostonians, but now that they have won a long-desired World Series championship and the price of tickets has soared, a city councilor is worried that the next generation's passion for the game could fade. (Full article: 1101 words)

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