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Brian in Boston

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And for those who complain about the Golden State Warriors, Florida Marlins etc; representing a state that already has teams in more than one city, they're doing it because two new Queensland teams are entering the league. Common sense!

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And for those who complain about the Golden State Warriors, Florida Marlins etc; representing a state that already has teams in more than one city, they're doing it because two new Queensland teams are entering the league. Common sense!

But the Marlins acknowledge this and will be 'Miami' in a few seasons.

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And for those who complain about the Golden State Warriors, Florida Marlins etc; representing a state that already has teams in more than one city, they're doing it because two new Queensland teams are entering the league. Common sense!

But the Marlins acknowledge this and will be 'Miami' in a few seasons.

I don't think it's so much a matter that they "acknowledge this" as it is "they are required to do so as part of the terms of their agreement for the construction of a new stadium."

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And for those who complain about the Golden State Warriors, Florida Marlins etc; representing a state that already has teams in more than one city, they're doing it because two new Queensland teams are entering the league. Common sense!

But the Marlins acknowledge this and will be 'Miami' in a few seasons.

I don't think it's so much a matter that they "acknowledge this" as it is "they are required to do so as part of the terms of their agreement for the construction of a new stadium."

Touche, I stand corrected.

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