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The league’s lawyer, Mark Brown, said the league would file legal action if it saw a pattern of players injured in the state’s high-speed ballgame.

“We will be doing an investigation when we get that information,” he said.

Cleveland has one fewer state team this year, and state baseball officials are tr바카라ying to raise $15 million to hire a new league boss and expand the league’s network to 16 states.