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Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff

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Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples. At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff

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  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist met with supporters to bring the Chicago Cubs to Naples on Friday afternoon in Cambier Park in Naples.  At the news conference, Gov. Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County. Erik Kellar/Staff

In a Naples news conference, Gov. Charlie Crist said the owner of the Chicago Cubs told him Thursday evening that no decision has been made about whether the baseball team will stay in Mesa or move to Collier County.

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