Fredericksburg Baseball has announced it is moving forward with construction on the new $35 million ballpark early next month, with plans for opening in April 2020. Read more here.
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Sunday morning’s clouds and rain gave way to sun and warmth just in time for a groundbreaking ceremony for Fredericksburg Baseball’s new stadium. The $35 million privately funded ballpark is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2020 season. Read more here.
Fredericksburg Baseball kicked off sales of season tickets on December 1 with its “Founders Club” event held in historic Market Square. As of yesterday, the 1,000th seat reservation milestone was reached. Read more here.
The Fredericksburg (VA) City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the development and shared use agreement with Potomac Baseball, LLC for the planned $35 million, multipurpose stadium in Celebrate Virginia South, as well as several related amendments, agreements and ordinances. Read more here.
The company that owns the Potomac Nationals minor league baseball team has been granted an extra inning to get all the approvals it needs to build its proposed $35 million, multipurpose stadium in Celebrate Virginia South. Read more here.
The Potomac Nationals’ (Single-A, Carolina League) still face a few hurdles before their proposed $35 million stadium can be built in Fredericksburg (VA), including getting City Council to make changes to the city’s comprehensive land-use plan, approve realignment of the right of way in Celebrate Virginia South, and grant a special-use permit for the stadium. A public hearing on the issues is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 23. Read more here.
The Potomac Nationals (Single-A, Carolina League) plan to head to Fredericksburg (VA), a move that backers expect will bring more than minor-league baseball to the city. Read more here.