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November 6, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The outcome of ballot initiatives today in California and Arizona might determine the future homes of the San Francisco Giants and the 1993 Super Bowl. If voters in five cities approve proposals today, the Giants will leave Candlestick Park, their windblown ballpark south of the city, and eventually become the Santa Clara Giants. "If they build it, we will come, no question," Giant vice president Corey Busch said. "We have never been happy with Candlestick. And neither have the fans."
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November 6, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The outcome of ballot initiatives today in California and Arizona might determine the future homes of the San Francisco Giants and the 1993 Super Bowl. If voters in five cities approve proposals today, the Giants will leave Candlestick Park, their windblown ballpark south of the city, and eventually become the Santa Clara Giants. "If they build it, we will come, no question," Giant vice president Corey Busch said. "We have never been happy with Candlestick. And neither have the fans."
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February 15, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Santa Clara City Council has decided to wait until November, rather than June, to test voter opinion on whether the city should become the new home of baseball's San Francisco Giants. Council members voted 5 to 2 against a June ballot issue on whether to go ahead with plans for a new baseball stadium. The Giants and Santa Clara Mayor Everett Souza wanted a June vote, but those who favor November said the extra time is needed so specific plans can be developed.
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February 15, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Santa Clara City Council has decided to wait until November, rather than June, to test voter opinion on whether the city should become the new home of baseball's San Francisco Giants. Council members voted 5 to 2 against a June ballot issue on whether to go ahead with plans for a new baseball stadium. The Giants and Santa Clara Mayor Everett Souza wanted a June vote, but those who favor November said the extra time is needed so specific plans can be developed.
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