Frank Deford Commentator Frank Deford talks about Major League Baseball owners and their plan to eliminate two franchises. He says owners deserve some criticism for the decision, but so do others, including the cities that stand to lose teams. (Note: the audio for this segment is not available due to Internet rights issues.)
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Commentator Frank Deford talks about Major League Baseball owners and their plan to eliminate two franchises. He says owners deserve some criticism for the decision, but so do others, including the cities that stand to lose teams. (Note: the audio for this segment is not available due to Internet rights issues.)