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Triple A All-Star Game on the way

    The Triple A baseball All-Star Game is coming back to one of the cities where it all started.

    The new ownership of the Portland Beavers baseball club teamed with Portland Mayor Tom Potter and the president of the Pacific Coast League on Tuesday to announce that Portland — one of the original PCL teams in 1903 — will host the 2009 Triple A All-Star Game.

    But when Portland’s first All-Star Game since 1962 comes in 2009, the Beavers might have a new name. Merritt Paulson, the Beavers’ president and owner, said to expect an announcement on whether the franchise will abandon the Beavers tag within the next week.

     — Excerpt from The Oregonian, August 15, 2007


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