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Ballpark Visit ALERT: Community Maritime Park (Pensacola, FL)

Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com recently visited Pensacola Mult-Use Stadium at Community Maritime Park, the new home for the Double-A Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Southern League).  Mr. Mock delivers another impressive ballpark review covering the challenging road of securing the franchise, the design and architecture of the ballpark, and the overall fan experience.  Read more and view photos here.

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Ballpark Visit ALERT: Community Maritime Park (Pensacola, FL)

MLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited the new Community Maritime Park, home of the first-year  Double-A Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Southern League).  Read more and view photos here.

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Woo Hoo for Wahoos’ New Ballpark

Community Maritime Park, the new home for the inaugural Double-A Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Southern League), is nearly finished and should be ready for moving in by March.  Read more and view photos hereView renderings here.

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Pensacola to Raise Bar on Stadium Design

The original design for the new Community Maritime Park  in Pensacola (FL) provided for 3,500-seats to accommodate the indy pro Pensacola Pelicans.  Now that Pensacola will be getting a Double-A Southern League franchise, ballpark seating capacity will be raised to 6,000, and extra amenities and features will be added, including water fountains and an ornamental lighthouse.  Read more here.

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Paper Endorses New Pensacola Ballpark

The Pensacola (FL) News Journal has endorsed a plan to build Community Maritime Park and bring Double-A Southern League baseball to Pensacola.  The Huntsville (AL) Stars would appear to be the most likely target for franchise relocation.  Pensacola is currently the home of the American Association’s Pensacola Pelicans.  Read more here and here.

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