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July 08, 1986

The owners of the Chicago White Sox ruled out moving into a proposed downtown Chicago sports stadium and instead will continue efforts to relocate to a suburban site, a team spokesman said.

Co-owner Jerry Reinsdorf praised Mayor Harold Washington and Gov. James R. Thompson for a "herculean" effort to promote a downtown facility. But he said in a statement that he and co-owner Eddie Einhorn have concluded that a downtown stadium could not be built in time to accommodate the American League team's move from Comiskey Park.

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