With Major League Baseball voting to close two franchises, it looks like Washington’s hopes for a ball club might have struck out. But don’t tell that to local baseball fanatics. A look at whether big-league ball can be revived inside the Beltway.

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  • Eric Fisher Sports Business Writer, The Washington Times
  • Scott Zucker Deputy Managing Editor, Sports Weekly, USA Today
  • Winston Lord Executive Director of the Washington Baseball Club.
  • Gabe Paul Jr. Executive Director, Virginia Baseball Stadium Authority

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