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Amid legal battle with brother, Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos says team ‘will never leave’ Baltimore

June 14, 2022
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In the midst of a lawsuit among members of the Angelos family, Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos issued a statement Monday asserting that the club “will never leave” Baltimore. Louis Angelos, the brother of John, brought a lawsuit against his brother Thursday, alleging he was trying to seize control of the team and the rest of his father’s holdings. Their 92-year-old father, Peter, has owned the Orioles for nearly three decades. The suit also named their mother, Georgia Angelos, as a defendant. The lawsuit included the claim from Louis Angelos that John Angelos would consider moving the team to Tennessee if he gained full control.


Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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