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February 1, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Seattle Seahawks, who appear poised to break their Kingdome lease, have had serious discussions with city officials about moving the team to Anaheim. "Nothing's been consummated yet," said Jim Ruth, Anaheim City Manager. "We're going to have to wait another day or two. A lot of problems have to be worked out and until Mr. [Ken] Behring says anything it's very much in the air."
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February 1, 1996 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Seattle Seahawks, who appear poised to break their Kingdome lease, have had serious discussions with city officials about moving the team to Anaheim. "Nothing's been consummated yet," said Jim Ruth, Anaheim City Manager. "We're going to have to wait another day or two. A lot of problems have to be worked out and until Mr. [Ken] Behring says anything it's very much in the air."
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August 23, 1989
The Seattle Mariners were sold Tuesday to two Indianapolis businessmen who promised the city that they would not move the team to Indiana. New owners Jeff Smulyan and Michael Browning bought the American League team from George Argyros, who announced the transaction at a Seattle news conference. No sale price was announced, but it was believed to be $76 million. The value of the club was appraised at $76.1 million in June. The sale will have to be approved at the next owners' meeting, Sept.
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August 23, 1989
The Seattle Mariners were sold Tuesday to two Indianapolis businessmen who promised the city that they would not move the team to Indiana. New owners Jeff Smulyan and Michael Browning bought the American League team from George Argyros, who announced the transaction at a Seattle news conference. No sale price was announced, but it was believed to be $76 million. The value of the club was appraised at $76.1 million in June. The sale will have to be approved at the next owners' meeting, Sept.
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