When occured: 
Sun, 1980-11-02

The American Association's Philadelphia Athletics are sold to a syndicate headed by Henry C. Pennypacker. The three long time partners, Bill Sharsig, Lew Simmons, and Charlie Mason, still hold a sizable block of stock.


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