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March 29, 1995|MIKE DiGIOVANNA | From Staff and Wire Reports

Angel players, coaches and front-office officials will break camp in Tempe, Ariz., and return to Orange County after today's game against the Padres in Peoria, regardless of the labor situation.

But if the strike were to end this weekend, the coaching staff would return to Tempe to begin another training camp while key front-office officials would remain in Anaheim for several days to tend to administrative duties, such as signing players.

"It seems more people are on sensitive alert status because if (the union) gets its injunction, there's at least a 50-50 chance players will come back," General Manager Bill Bavasi said.

Said Manager Marcel Lachemann, "It's very unsettling because of all the things going on right now, but we should know by the weekend whether we're coming back here or doing the other thing (replacement ball) for a while."

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