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Originally published April 10, 2007 at 12:00 AM | Page modified April 19, 2007 at 9:09 PM

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Buhner, Rossi buy interest in AquaSox

Former Seattle Mariners star Jay Buhner and Dino Rossi, the Republicans' 2004 candidate for governor and a former state senator, have purchased...

AP Sports Writer

Former Seattle Mariners star Jay Buhner and Dino Rossi, the Republicans' 2004 candidate for governor and a former state senator, have purchased minority shares of the Everett AquaSox minor-league baseball team.

Pete Carfagna, the senior vice president of the Class A team in the Northwest League, confirmed Monday night that Buhner's and Rossi's purchase is why the AquaSox scheduled a news conference today in Everett.

Carfagna said that he and his father Peter will remain majority, controlling partners of the team.

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