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Amarillo Eyes Double-A Franchise

Texas League LogoDuring the Local Government Corporation meeting on Wednesday at City Hall, Richard Neumann from Brailsford & Dunlavey discussed the probability of attracting a Double-A franchise to Amarillo (TX).  The firm would create plans for building a stadium for an affiliated club, possibly the San Antonio Missions (Double-A, Texas League), instead of the Amarillo ThunderHeads (Indy Pro, American Association).  Read more here.

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Ballpark Feasibility Firm Tours Macon

Macon GeorgiaRepresentatives from a firm studying whether it’s feasible for professional baseball to return to Macon (GA) toured potential sites for building a new ballpark.  Read more and view photo gallery here.

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Macon-Bibb County Approves $50K for Ballpark Feasibility Study

Macon GeorgiaBy a narrow 5-4 vote, the Macon-Bibb County Commission on Tuesday approved spending $50,000 for a feasibility study to determine if the city can support a new ballpark and a minor league baseball team. Washington, D.C.-based Brailsford & Dunlavey will complete a market analysis and economic feasibility study, which will take about 10 weeks to complete.  Read more here.  Watch news report here.

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Rock Cats to Hartford: The New Ballpark Planning Study

New Britain Rock Cats LogoFor those interested in ballpark feasibility research and analysis, Brailsford & Dunlavey, in partnership with Pendulum, handled the duties for Hartford (CT), as the “Insurance Capital of the World” sought to lure the Double-A New Britain Rock Cats (Eastern League) 12 miles northeast to a new downtown Hartford ballpark.  The report is dated February 18, 2014.  Read more hereView New Ballpark Planning Study here.

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