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An estimated 15,000 turned out to hear Sanders’s message that “the billionaire class cannot have it all,” according to the Seattle Times
 
The Vermont senator joked as he took the podium that as a child, he always dreamed of stepping foot on a Major League field.
 
“But I didn’t know I would be giving a speech. I thought I would have a bat in my hand.”
 
 
He told the crowd that a series of West Coast wins could propel him past Clinton to the nomination, and cited polls saying he could win the general election.
 
“So don’t let anybody tell you Hillary Clinton is the strongest candidate to take on the Republicans. It is just not true,” Sanders said.