Sport: Minneapolis Senators?

The twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul add up to a potential major-league baseball franchise, and at least two American League teams—the sixth-place Cleveland Indians and the last-place Washington Senators—seem eager to travel. With a knowing wink eastward, the Minneapolis city council one day last week voted a $9,000,000 bond issue to enlarge Metropolitan Stadium from 21,000 to 41,000 if a big-league team should homestead there. Barely an hour later, the St. Paul city council voted a bond issue to enlarge Municipal Stadium from 10,250 to 42.000 for any team that dropped by.

Whichever team ends up in whichever city, the...

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