PRESS RELEASE – The Columbus Clippers are proud to announce that Huntington Park was once again named Ballpark of the Year. It is the fourth time the park has been honored in it’s first six years. This season’s honor was bestowed by BaseballStadiumReviews.com. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – The Eugene Emeralds, a Class A short-season affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, and the Columbus Clippers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, are excited to announce a friendly wager on the upcoming College Football National Championship game between the University of Oregon Ducks and The Ohio State Continue reading
The Columbus Clippers baseball team is expected to decide by year-end who will feed many of its fans next season after the food-service provider Sodexo ends its contract at Huntington Park in December. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Columbus Clippers and the Cleveland Indians announced a two year extension of their player development contract which will now extend through the 2016 season. Continue reading
The Franklin County (OH) commissioners gave final approval Tuesday to the sale of old Cooper Stadium, former home of the Triple-A Columbus Clippers (International League), to developers who plan to turn it into an auto race track and research museum. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
We’re not sure why the NBC affiliate in Charlotte (NC) is even bringing this up, but the rendering for the proposed new ballpark for the Triple-A Charlotte Knights (International League) looks like Huntington Park, the Triple-A stadium in Columbus (OH). Unless one designer is stealing from another, it’s no big deal. Besides, you don’t spend a ton of money on design work until you have the financing/funding plan Continue reading
Despite a promise to adhere to strict noise rules for the proposed Cooper Park auto race track, the developer is still facing heat from neighborhood foes. The Columbus City (OH) Council is expected to vote next Monday to rezone the former Cooper Stadium site for the project. Read more here. Learn more about the project here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
A development proposal by Arshot Investment Corp. to turn 79-year-old Cooper Stadium, former home of the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, into a $30-$40 million auto racetrack and research center has been unanimously approved by the Columbus Development Commission. Next stop is the Columbus City Council. Read more here.
Digital Ballparks has chosen Huntington Park, the home for the Columbus Clippers, as the 2009 Ballpark of the Year. View photos of visit here.