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Move into new stadium? Renovate the old one? Angels could just play out their lease in Anaheim

After more than three years of debating whether to negotiate a new lease in Anaheim or move to a new ballpark elsewhere, the Angels might do neither. The Angels might simply play out their current lease in Anaheim, team president John Carpino said Tuesday. If they do, they would be bound to Angel...
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