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October 4, 1991 | Associated Press
The new baseball park being built for the Baltimore Orioles near downtown will be called Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Maryland Gov. William Donald Schaefer announced Thursday. The name represents a compromise between the governor and Oriole owner Eli Jacobs. Schaefer had pushed to name the stadium Camden Yards, after the historic rail yard where the stadium is being built. Jacobs insisted the facility be called Oriole Park. The agreement was reached over the weekend, Schaefer said.
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October 4, 1991 | Associated Press
The new baseball park being built for the Baltimore Orioles near downtown will be called Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Maryland Gov. William Donald Schaefer announced Thursday. The name represents a compromise between the governor and Oriole owner Eli Jacobs. Schaefer had pushed to name the stadium Camden Yards, after the historic rail yard where the stadium is being built. Jacobs insisted the facility be called Oriole Park. The agreement was reached over the weekend, Schaefer said.
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February 22, 1995 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Negotiators for the baseball owners and striking players union broke bread together Tuesday night, but there was no indication yet it would lead to a break in the stalemated labor talks. With neither side offering a new proposal and both saying there was no immediate reason for optimism, a scaled down group of union and club representatives met with special mediator William J. Usery for four hours Tuesday in acting commissioner Bud Selig's hometown of Milwaukee.
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