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Suns, Spotsylvania County Part Ways After Deadline Passes?

Hagerstown Suns LogoWith the passing of MiLB’s July 31 deadline for negotiating a ballpark deal between the Hagerstown Suns (Single-A, South Atlantic League) owner Bruce Quinn and Spotslyvania County (VA), baseball appears to be dead in the Fredericksburg (VA) area for now.  But supporters appear to be keeping the door open for other suitors.  Read more here.

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Editorial: If Final Offer, Reject Spotsylvania Ballpark Proposal

Hagerstown Suns LogoA divided Spotsylvania County (VA) Board of Supervisors asked last week for a meeting with Hagerstown Suns (Single-A, South Atlantic League) owner Bruce Quinn after he submitted what he called his final proposal.  So far, no talks have been set.  The local newspaper says that the board should reject the proposal if Quinn won’t meet and his offer remains unchanged.  Read more here.

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MiLB Prez Puts Squeeze on Spotsylvania County Ballpark Negotiations

Minor League Baseball LogoMinor League Baseball President Pat O’Conner recently sent an email to Hagerstown Suns (Single-A, South Atlantic League) owner Bruce Quinn stating that it is “unlikely” the league will extend the team’s July 31 deadline to negotiate with Spotsylvania County (VA).  Read more here.  You know the drill here.

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Suns Take Toys and Go Home?

Hagerstown Suns LogoSpotsylvania County (VA) Supervisor Paul Trampe and other local officials said it’s their impression that Bruce Quinn, principal owner of the Single-A Hagerstown Suns (South Atlantic League), has backed out of plans for the proposed ballpark project in Fredericksburg (VA).  Diamond Nation President Keith Dilgard said Tuesday that his company’s relationship with the Suns has ended.  Read more here.

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