U.S. Representatives weigh in on future of 42 Minor League Baseball teams
In the midst of debates from Major League Baseball contemplating the termination of 42 Minor League teams across the country, the U.S. House of Representatives have stepped into the conversation.
Representatives Lori Trahan (D-Ma.), David McKinley (R-W.Va.), Max Rose (D- N.Y.), and Mike Simpson (R-Id.) formed the Save Minor League Baseball Task Force.
“We’re going to fight with every fiber of our being.” said Hagerstown Suns President Tim McDulin. “We’re just hoping that Major League baseball will come to their senses and realize it’s not a good idea to remove baseball from 42 cities across the country.
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