MLB commissioner has oral to Derek Jeter about owning MLB team

The MLB commissioner believes Derek Jeter returning to ball would be a good thing — during least, as an owner.

During Thursday morning’s commissioner’s assembly in New York, Rob Manfred pronounced that Jeter and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush are one of several appealing groups anticipating to buy a Miami Marlins. The group is now owned by Jeffrey Loria.

He combined that a Yankees great, whom he’s oral to privately, would be a good thing for MLB ownership, also from a farrago standpoint.

“I’ve done it really transparent of tenure aspirations during some point,” Jeter pronounced in December. “Who knows when that is, who knows if we get a opportunity. we wish we do.”

Derek Jeter teaming adult with Jeb Bush in bid to buy Marlins

Rob Manfred opens adult on joining issues during annual commissioner’s meeting.

Rob Manfred opens adult on joining issues during annual commissioner’s meeting.

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Jeter and Bush’s categorical foe for a Miami ballclub is entrance from New York banker Wayne Rothbaum, a manager of Quogue Capital, according to a Miami Herald.

Manfred also voiced that he’s open to a group in Las Vegas in a destiny — possibly by enlargement or relocation. He’s going to keep an eye on how a hockey and football teams fare, though Manfred doesn’t see gambling as an issue.

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