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Storm Knocks Out BallparkBiz.com

BBiz SecondarySorry folks, but a storm took out trees, branches and power lines, leaving us without power for several days.  We are now back up and running.  Thank you for your patience.

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Kingfish Release Final Details for ‘Home Run Derby at the Harbor’

Kenosha Kingfish LogoPRESS RELEASE – The first ever event of its kind in baseball, the Home Run Derby at the Harbor, is less than two weeks away. The event on Monday, July 18th will feature top Northwoods League Sluggers batting from a pier that extends in to Lake Michigan. Continue reading

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Waterbury Set to Re-Open Renovated Municipal Stadium

Waterbury SpiritOn Wednesday evening, Waterbury (CT) Post 1 American Legion baseball will play a doubleheader at Municipal Stadium in front of the renovated grandstand.  New bright blue seating is the most noticeable thing visitors will see.  Read more here.  Read background story here.  View photo here.  View “Oops” news report from May here.  View photo gallery and learn more about the restrooms and locker rooms situation here.  View Waterbury’s team history here.

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OKC Dodgers Announce Addition of State-of-the-Art Video Board

Oklahoma City Dodgers LogoPRESS RELEASE – The Oklahoma City Dodgers will install a brand new, state-of-the art center field digital video board at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark beginning July 11, the team announced today. Continue reading

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Fort Bragg Ballpark: Part III

Fort Bragg MLB Game LogoJoe Mock BaseballParksJoe Mock from BaseballParks.com has posted his final installment of a three-part series about the July 3 MLB baseball game at Fort Bragg (NC) between the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins.  Read Part III here.  If you missed parts I and II, click here and here.

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Colorado Springs Downtown Ballpark Talk Resurfaces, but Not for Sky Sox

Colorado Springs Sky Sox LogoColorado Springs may not be finished with talks of a downtown baseball stadium.  Addressing the City Council on Tuesday, Mayor John Suthers said Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) owner Dave Elmore indicated he would consider moving a Class-A team to the city, but only to a downtown stadium.  As we suspected all along, Elmore is contemplating moving his Helena Brewers (Rookie, Pioneer League) to Colorado Springs to replace the Sky Sox, if they depart for San Antonio.  Read more here.

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San Antonio Gets Ballpark Advice from L.A. Dodgers

Colorado Springs Sky Sox LogoL.A. Dodgers executive Janet Marie Smith and El Paso city manager Joyce Wilson were in San Antonio Tuesday to speak at a luncheon with local architects and tour potential sites for a new ballpark that would lure the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) to downtown.  Read more here.

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