Rosenthal: Why the Orioles haven’t signed a new lease to stay at Camden Yards

Rosenthal: Why the Orioles haven’t signed a new lease to stay at Camden Yards

The Orioles’ lease expires in less than five months, yet John Angelos appears to be holding out for a better deal.


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