Found January 09, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Major League Baseball is on a mission to buy all of the (teamname).com domain names and with their recent purchase of, they now own the dot-com domain names for 26 of the 30 teams.  The Rays, Rangers, Twins, and Giants are the only teams that MLB doesn’t own their sites. Until the sale, the Tourism Canadian Rockies owned and used it to promote the Rocky Mountains.  Josh Levanthal of Baseball America reported the sale  MLB set a record for the highest price ever paid for a sports-related website, according to Venture Capital Group. So what did a domain name of this magnitude cost Major League Baseball?  $1.2 million. In comparison, cost me $9.99. The last domain purchased by MLB was in 2010 when it paid $200,000 for According to Baseball America, is owned by the NFL’s New York Giants, is owned by a Seattle restaurant and catering service of the same name, is owned by the web development company Future Media Architects, and is a blank page owned by a company called D&D Miller. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that MLB expands and the Royal Oak Itsalwayssunnyindetroits are born.  

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