The city of Lafayette (IN) plans to demolish 80-year-old Loeb Stadium and replace it with a new ballpark. The estimated $10 million facility would be designed by the same architect that designed the new ballpark in Kokomo (IN). Read more here. This makes sense, of course, as the Kokomo Jackrabbits and Lafayette Aviators of the summer collegiate Prospect League are both owned by Mike Zimmerman, who is quietly building a little baseball empire with these two franchises and his project in Franklin (WI).
Lafayette to Demolish Loeb Stadium, Build New Park
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So what happens to the aviators in the meantime