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MLB’s new NYC headquarters reflects Manfred’s ‘One Baseball’ vision

The exterior of 1271 Avenue of the Americas in New York, home of Major League Baseball's new headquarters and formerly known as the Time-Life Building.

Major League Baseball has its first official day at its new central headquarters on the Avenue of the Americas in New York on 6 January. Eric Fisher visits the new offices.

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