PRESS RELEASE – The Thunder Bay Border Cats are proud to announce the signing of a five year lease for use of the Port Arthur Stadium. This new lease will ensure that the summer collegiate level baseball team will continue to operate within the City of Thunder Bay for the next five seasons. Continue reading
Category Archives: Lease & Contracts
The Billings Mustangs (Rookie, Pioneer League) and the city are in the process of negotiating a new lease agreement for Dehler Park. The team wants to build a three-thousand square-foot, glass enclosed “great Room” above the concessions stand and concourse down the third base line and a zip line in the area between left and center field to the sidewalk along 10th Avenue North. Read more and watch news report here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
PRESS RELEASE – Final approval by Williamsport City Council on April 28 has paved the way for construction of a new premium deck to be added to the right field side of BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. The yet-to-be-named area will be built on the former site of the right field bleachers which were removed prior to the 2015 season to clear space for the anticipated construction. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Your BlueClaws and Lakewood Township have agreed to a new lease and our fans will be happy to know that your BlueClaws will be here at FirstEnergy Park for the next 40 years. Continue reading
Camden County (NJ) officials have been working since the Camden Riverhsharks (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) departure to bring a minor league team affiliated with Major League Baseball to Campbell’s Field, but until they do, the county will be responsible for maintaining the 6,400-seat stadium. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Continuing their successful partnership both on the field and off, the Buffalo Bisons and Toronto Blue Jays today announced that the teams have signed a two-year extension of their current Player Development Contract. This extension will keep the Bisons as the Blue Jays’ Triple-A affiliate through the 2018 season. Continue reading