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Will Rays’ Pitch The MLS To Look At Tampa Bay Again?

The owners of Major League Baseball’s St. Petersburg-based Tampa Bay Rays have purchased the St. Petersburg-based Tampa Bay Rowdies of the United Soccer League.

Rowdies and Miami could battle it our for an MLS expansion...

The Tampa Bay Rowdies and Miami could either be in line to both get a Major League Soccer franchise. The Rowdies are battling for a title for in their first year as a member of United Soccer League. Meanwhile, David Beckham who is leading the charge in Miami may finally MIGHT be close to getting his act together to get stadium plan in place. ESPN is reporting that Miami-Dade County commissioners approved a deal on this month to sell three acres of county land to Beckham's group, the last segment of a 9-acre plot on which a 25,000-seat stadium is planned to be built.

Rowdies MLS Status May Get A Boost From Voters

St. Petersburg voters may have a big say in the future of the soccer team.     Soccer is now a part of the permanent sports landscape...
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