Utica (MI) Breaks Ground on ‘Jimmy John’s Field’

United Shore Professional Baseball LeagueJimmy Johns FieldOfficials from Macomb County, Utica, the state and General Sports and Entertainment broke ground today on the $12-million baseball stadium that will serve as the home of the three-team United Shore Professional Baseball League.  Sandwich chain Jimmy John’s and mortgage lending  company United Shore are the official naming rights partners of the ballpark and league.  Read more here.  Watch news report here.

Utica Michigan Ballpark Rendering


Filed under Design & Construction, League & Franchise, Market & Location, Sponsorships & Advertising, Stadium Issues

5 responses to “Utica (MI) Breaks Ground on ‘Jimmy John’s Field’

  1. Indy V

    This style of league has crashed and burned elsewhere in the country.

  2. RMc

    How about Westland, my home town?

  3. Rf9

    Hopefully it will morph into if you will into a 4 team league with another park in sw Wayne county

  4. This ballpark looks nice and it is great that it has broken ground and is being built and looks totally legit, but what about the plan to have a three team league be the main tenant? Seems like a weird plan for a brand new, $12 million project.

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