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Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon revealed earlier this week that he is spearheading the push to get Major League Baseball to the Carolinas as the league closes in on a round of expansion. The question that most have now is which city should the team end up in if Dundon and his group are successful in acquire a franchise?

Dundon stopped by the Kyle Bailey Show on Tuesday afternoon to tell you what his vision is for the pitch. “I’m sure it would work both places. I’m biased because I’m there (Raleigh), but I think what we have to do is make sure whatever happens we give ourselves the best chance to get a team in North Carolina.” When asked by Bailey if he would preferred for it to be in Raleigh, but would be willing to put it in Charlotte if that’s what it took, he said “that’s fair.”

On Wednesday morning, Adam Gold joined the Mac and Bone Show and shared an interesting opinion on the situtation as a host from the Raleigh area. When asked if the city is ready for a MLB team, he said he doesn’t think so. “We don’t have the corprate. Major League Baseball is not coming here. I wish it would. I just don’t see Major League Baseball fitting here. I actually see it better in Charlotte.”

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