South Florida Business Journal - by Oscar Pedro MusibayThe Florida Marlins have asked Major League Baseball to host the 2015 All-Star Game, three years after the team’s new stadium is slated to open.Claude Delorme, senior VP of stadium development, told participants at a recent networking event for contractors seeking stadium work that the team is lobbying for 2015. MLB Commissioner Bud Selig had not yet responded to the request.Delorme estimated the local economic impact would be $65 million.“We are very confident that will take place,” he said, but added: “There have been no promises.”The baseball team and contractor Hunt/Moss are working to have the $640 million, 37,000-seat domed stadium finished by March 2012.Selig talked about the All-Star Game at the stadium’s July 18...

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