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Topic - Joseph Divincenzo
He said that his office, the Governor's Office and the Yankees had worked out what improvements would be needed and even how to compensate the Can-Am League's Newark Bears for spending a year on the road.
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo said Tuesday that Yankees officials contacted him last month about having its top minor-league team play in Newark's Eagles & Bears Riverfront Stadium in 2012 while the team's regular Triple-A field in Scranton, Pa., undergoes a year of renovations.