Successful Teams for Sale Among the oddities of this year's baseball playoffs is the desire of the owners of the two team's playing for the American League pennant to sell their franchises. Stefan Fatsis, sportswriter for The Wall Street Journal, tells Robert Siegel about why the owners don't embrace their successful teams.
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Among the oddities of this year's baseball playoffs is the desire of the owners of the two team's playing for the American League pennant to sell their franchises. Stefan Fatsis, sportswriter for The Wall Street Journal, tells Robert Siegel about why the owners don't embrace their successful teams.